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Occupation is the physical disposition of land.

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'We had to get our land back': Tunisian date farm proves revolutionary bright spot
17 December 2020
Tunisia

A wave of land occupations took place during Tunisia’s revolution 10 years ago. A date plantation is one of the few enduring success stories

 As revolution swept Tunisia 10 years ago, the people of Jemna saw their chance to settle a colonial-era score - seizing a 185-hectare (460-acre) date plantation just outside the oasis town.

Koh Kong warns against unlawful land transactions
15 July 2020
Cambodia

Koh Kong provincial authorities said they would not approve the sale and purchase of land in protected areas without proper paperwork.

They vowed to weed out land corruption following a July 3 Facebook post by Prime Minister Hun Sen calling for the return of land to locals living in protected areas.

Officials receive the villagers’ petition near Prime Minister Hun Sen Cabinet in Phnom Penh. Heng Ch
24 June 2020
Cambodia

Some 50 people representing more than 100 families locked in a land dispute in Kampong Thom province’s Kraya commune, in Santuk district, travelled to Phnom Penh to submit a petition at the National Assembly, the Prime Minister’s Cabinet and the Ministry of Interior on Monday and Tuesday.

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