David Hill reports on the legal move to protect isolated indigenous peoples at risk of ‘extermination’ by the country’s biggest ever hydrocarbons project.
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As Ethiopia joins the UN Human Rights Council, Laetitia Bader hopes its own rights abuses will be put under the international spotlight.
A divided community weighs up whether to protect aboriginal lands or opt for $1.3 billion in compensation.
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As guerrilla army FARC enter formal talks with government, Colombians are optimistic about an end to civil war, reports Jonathan Glennie.
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Tina Burrett fears the 28 October elections will be neither free or fair.
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Maina Waruru questions the motivations of firms seeking compensation from the British government.
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Magdi el Gizouli offers a low down on the range of groups challenging the regime of President al-Bashir.
Richard Swift says Canada’s wave of pots-and-pans protests signal the first major rupture with the austerity agenda.
Climate campaigner Anna Rose welcomes the new levy on big polluters, saying it will push Oz into a far greener framework.
South Korean villagers are campaigning to keep a military base off the pristine Jeju island, reports Chloe Simons.
Maina Waruru celebrates payouts for persecuted activists on the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture.