FEATURE-Survivors of Britain's Grenfell inferno homeless for Xmas
"The people in charge of assisting those most affected, giving them houses and offering them services, are the very people who are regarded as responsible for it"
How can cash-poor African, Asian cities raise finance for key infrastructure?
Cities in Asia and Africa must develop new forms of financing for infrastructure in the face of a huge financing gap
Delhi's toxic smog hurting homeless, slum dwellers most
At least 2.5 million people in India died early because of pollution in 2015
German prize honours transformation of Iron Curtain to nature reserve
"The 'Green Belt' is now home to countless natural wonders that have been crowded out in other areas," said German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier
Indian fishermen vow to keep fighting 'devastating' World Bank project
Salt water leaking from the plant has made ground water undrinkable, according to a fishermen's group
Sofa surfing and sex with strangers hide London's homeless
Some 225,000 Londoners aged 16 to 25 have stayed somewhere unsafe because they had no home to go to
'National scandal' as report shows soaring homelessness in England
Homelessness in England has risen by 60 percent in the past six years
INTERVIEW-Building for India's poor: plant a seed to grow a forest
"We want to have a quick process of change that gives us economic return, not social return"
Snapchat campaign reveals perils of student renting in Dublin
"The quality of housing is atrocious. People are trying to make money off people's hardship"
Developers must build low-cost homes or publish finances - London mayor
The housing crisis is the greatest challenge facing Londoners today, with the city failing to build the 50,000 new homes it needs each year, Mayor Sadiq Khan said