Maasai face eviction from ancestral lands to make way for Dubai hunting firm

Maasai herd their cattle across a tarmac road near the Rift Valley town of Suswa, about 43 miles west of the capital Nairobi, in March. Karel Prinsloo/Reuters

Loliondo district, Tanzania.  Tanzania announced last week it plans to evict 30,000 Maasai herders from a hefty swath of their ancestral lands in order to create a game reserve offering exclusive access for a Dubai-based hunting company.  Read more…


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