Mining
How Maasai women are resisting land grabs

Pastoralists, such as the Maasai community, have lost their land to mining, tourism and conservation as a result of unjust practices that are rooted in colonial processes

Chile’s lithium provides profit to the billionaires but exhausts the land and the people

About a third of the world’s lithium comes from Chile. The needs of the people of Chile seem to only come after the needs of the large corporations.

Brumadinho: mental illness among people affected by the Vale disaster are on the rise

Depression, anxiety, insomnia and panic are among the disorders reported by those affected by the catastrophe

Report shows extent of discrimination, violence by Minneapolis police and other stories

Today we look at an investigation into racism in the Minneapolis Police Department (US), protests against the Capital Control law in Lebanon, and more

Line 3 ruptures cause 300 million gallons of groundwater to overflow and other stories

Today we look at major ruptures caused during the construction of the Enbridge pipeline in the US, discriminatory treatment of refugees in Europe, and more

People’s movements take to the streets against evictions throughout Brazil

The Zero Evictions Campaign is calling for demonstrations in cities throughout the country in observance of the Housing for Life day of action

Charges dropped against 4 Wet’suwet’en land defenders in Canada and other stories

Today we look at the continued threats against Wet’suwet’en land defenders in Canada, the killing of 3 Palestinian people in violent Israeli raids, and more

Report: World’s biggest investors fuel border violence, deforestation and other stories

Today we look at how investors are driving border violence and the climate crisis, the acquittal of an Australian policeman in the murder of an Indigenous teen, and more

Honduran Supreme Court dismisses case against Guapinol activists and other stories

Today we look at the acquittal of 6 Guapinol water protectors in Honduras, a drastic rise in civilian casualties in Yemen, and more

South African court halts Shell’s oil exploration, seismic blasting and other stories

Today we look at an interdict order against Shell’s seismic surveys in South Africa, the months-long hunger strike by Palestinian prisoner Hisham Abu Hawash, and more

Pegasus report: new evidence of Saudi interference in Yemen war probe and other stories

Today we look at the targeting of a UN investigator with the Pegasus spyware, the sentencing of 3 Egyptian activists to prison, and more

South Africans protest Shell’s plans to explore for oil off the Wild Coast

Despite massive opposition by locals and indigenous communities, a high court in South Africa has allowed Shell to carry out seismic surveys to explore for oil and gas off South Africa’s environmentally sensitive Wild Coast.