Two killed in clashes over evictions near wildlife park in eastern India
"We have been residing in this area for decades, and all of a sudden the government told us to vacate"
Rights groups criticise Ivory Coast over cocoa farmer evictions
The United Nations estimated last month that as many as 53,000 people had been driven from the park
INTERVIEW - Australia's Aboriginal people heading into the next "wicked" land battle
To claim native lands, Aboriginal Australians must wrestle with laws that are more complex than running a multi-million dollar corporation, says top lawyer
FEATURE-Tanzania turns to drones to bring peace in bitter fight for land
"The use of drones will help us to define the boundaries of plots of land on the ground with great accuracy"
Ethiopian activists demand news of jailed leaders after fire guts prison
"Our entire leadership is being held in that place and we have no idea what has happened to them"
Brazil's lack of secure property rights stoking conflict, deterring investment - report
"People are actually dying because of this issue"
Two killed in clashes in eastern India as anger over land use rises
Conflicts over land in India have increased as the world's fastest growing large economy expands quickly and more land is sought for industrial use and development projects
Ethiopia says Olympic marathon medalist a "hero", forever welcome back home
The champion runner did not return home after the Olympics, fearing for his safety even though the government said he would not be punished
Ethiopia says will welcome Rio marathon runner despite protest gesture
The country has been riven by unrest for months over land rights and allegations of human rights violations
INTERVIEW - Ethiopia's battle for land reforms could lead to civil war: opposition leader
More than 90 people were shot dead by security forces in protests across Ethiopia's central-western Oromiya and northern Amhara regions at the weekend