Evicted from Maltese cowshed, African migrants left homeless
The farm near the capital "was illegally housing over 110 foreign workers in inhumane conditions"
Indigenous people fighting for land rights
There are more than 100 "uncontacted" tribes in Brazil's Amazon rainforest - the highest anywhere on the planet
Thai campaigners urge change to forest law after indigenous verdict
"They have lived there for generations, yet their right to their traditional land is not recognised."
Could a rangeland protection law offer hope to Mongolia’s nomadic herders?
Could a new law help nomadic herders in Mongolia?
Mourners bury young Guatemalan woman killed by U.S. border agent
Mourners congregated to bid farewell to a 20-year-old indigenous woman shot dead by a border patrol agent in Texas last month
Brazil backs 'Guardians of the Amazon' in their war on loggers
South America's largest country is grappling with scores of deadly land conflicts
UN environment chief calls for full probe into Brazil land activists' murders
"The murder of indigenous people living on the front lines of environmental protection is unacceptable," said Erik Solheim, executive director of UN Environment
Sixteen people killed in Nigerian church attack -police
Hundreds of people have died in clashes this year between herders and farmers linked to grazing rights and dwindling fertile land.
Driven from home, Philippine indigenous people long for their land
"We cannot live like this - we belong in our ancestral lands, and we want to go back"
Liberia's new president must lead on land rights or risk conflict
Will Liberia's new president protect and promote the land rights of indigenous and vulnerable communities?