Leaders from Maasai villages in Loliondo, northern Tanzania, have petitioned 16 embassies to help “swiftly neutralise the violent situation” as tensions rise over the government’s plans to evict thousands of pastoralists from their ancestral lands to make way for conservation, trophy hunting and safari tourism.
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