INSIGHT-Politics of Death: Body count mounts in worldwide wars over land
People are dying protecting their land and homes from global industry's relentless push to develop the natural resources beneath their feet
INTERVIEW-Bangladeshi woman activist with 'enemies in many places' vows to carry on
"People have many reasons to come after me - because I talk about land grabbing, because I talk about the rights of indigenous people, of crimes against minorities"
Cambodia uses 'tight grip' on courts to silence activists - Amnesty
Amnesty accuses the government of "bending the law to their will" to crack down on dissent
Jamaican beaches lure tourists but calls to also make locals welcome
Private beachfront properties charge exorbitant fees by local standards, and only a handful of beaches are public, prompting a campaign for affordable beach access
Murder and trolling: rights campaigners face "full-frontal assault" - Amnesty
"These deaths could have been prevented. Most deaths were accompanied by weeks and months of threats."
INTERVIEW-Everyone's complicit in gentrification - UK filmmaker
Once a teeming hub for the first wave of West Indian migrants after World War II, Brixton is at risk of rapidly losing its identity
Award-winning Congolese wildlife ranger says he fears for his life
More than 160 park rangers have been killed in the line of duty over the past 15 years
Goldman environmental prize awarded amid murders, violence against activists
Prize committee is looking at ways to improve safety for the winners so they can continue their campaigns
Three land rights activists named as award finalists as fight for land escalates
The trio - from Nicaragua, South Africa and Kuwait - were among five finalists chosen from 142 nominations
FEATURE-Thieves or Robin Hood? Brazil squatters step up housing occupations
"Cities have expanded far beyond their capacity"