Paraguay battles over land rights in the courts and across the airwaves. As soya companies appropriate land in Paraguay, many small-scale campesino farmers are forced out to cities.

by Toby Stirling Hill

Radio Mandu’arã, a community radio station that has been shut down under President Horacio Cartes. Photo: Toby Stirling Hill/The Guardian

For those who stay to fight for their land, the conflict can turn bloody.

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