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Uganda: Neumann Gruppe's subsidiary's appeal against 2013 court ruling that faulted company for unlawful forceful eviction to resume
Author: Witness Radio (Uganda)
" Kaweeri Coffee land grabbing case re-trial resumes as evictees contiue to suffer gross human rights violations"...
Laos: Police arrests 8 activists planning to stage protests to condemn land grabs and dam projects, later releases 6 of them
Author: RFA’s Lao Service
"Police Detain Eight Would-be Protesters in Lao Capital Vientiane", 15 Nov 2019...
Author: Esther Rose, All Africa
‘Only Responsible Investors Need Apply - Activists Urge Govt’ 5 November 2019...
- Related in-depth areas: Natural Resources
So. Africa: Study finds that many African families continue to suffer displacements to pave way for mining activities
Author: Dineo Skosana, The Conversation (South Africa)
‘Mining activities continue to dispossess black families in South Africa’ 9 November 2019...
Kenya: Local community seek UN inquiry for alleged historical land injustices where tea farms operate; includes Unilever's comment
"Kenya community pushes for UN inquiry into tea land theft"...
Brazil: Operations at iron mine to resume, contingent on BHP & Vale safeguarding against another fatal dam collapse
Author: Marta Nogueira, Reuters
"Vale, BHP's Samarco gets license to resume operations after dam burst", 25 October 2019...
- Related stories: BHP Billiton & Vale lawsuit (re dam collapse in Brazil)
- Related companies: BHP Billiton Samarco (joint venture BHP Billiton and Vale) Vale