Who owns the fight for LGBT+ rights in the Arab world?
Same-sex relationships are illegal across most of the Middle East and North Africa
After decades of conflict, land deadline looms for Myanmar villagers
As refugees began to trickle back, many found their land had been taken for parks, military use or leased to palm oil concessions and rubber plantations
Lack of rules leaves experts puzzled about data ownership after death
Who owns your personal data when you die?
Facebook's data gathering hit by German anti-trust clampdown
The findings follow fierce scrutiny of Facebook over a series of privacy lapses, including the leak of data on tens of millions of Facebook users
Watch what you share, activists warn as 60,000 data breaches reported under new EU rules
Leaks reported since the law was adopted in May 2018 included anything from major hacks to minor incidents like an email sent to the wrong address or lost USB stick
Two activists involved in land dispute killed in Brazil - police
MST activists fight for land distribution in Brazil, often invading areas it says are not producing anything then seeking its expropriation by the state
Amid soaring violence, efforts to reinvigorate 'toothless' U.N. agreement on rights activists
At least 207 land and environment advocates were killed last year - the highest on record
Human rights activists say hitmen are targeting them in Colombia - U.N.
Activists working on human rights and land rights, defending LGBT+ rights and community leaders from Afro-Colombian and indigenous groups, are most at risk
Honduras court convicts seven men for killing indigenous activist
Land rights campaigner Berta Caceres led opposition to the construction of a hydroelectric dam on the ancestral lands of her Lenca tribe
Murders of indigenous people fighting for forests hit record high
Brazil had the highest rate of killings of forest and land defenders, followed by the Philippines and Colombia