South Africa's ANC to introduce amended land claims bill in May
The Restitution of Land Rights Bill allowed state expropriations of land to redress racial disparities but was invalidated
One man, one city, three evictions: the human cost of Rio's growth
Evicted three times over three decades from three parts of Rio, the life of Altair Guimarães illustrates how the re-development and gentrification in Rio has pushed many of its poorest residents to the edges.
Tomb of fallen warrior to move before dam floods ancient Turkish township
"I don't know where we're going to go. We don't want to move, but there's nothing to be done about it"
FEATURE-Native Americans fear loss of culture over Trump's border wall
"If I was to walk into your home and build a wall right in the middle of your house, how would you like that?"
India's denial of rights to tribals in tiger reserves raises fears of violence
"We are going to see more people displaced because the government wants to show they care about tigers"
FEATURE-Evangelicalism grows in Brazil's favelas amid poverty and violence
More than 20 percent of Brazil's big city residents living in informal favelas
India's landless poor can benefit from public 'land bank', analyst says
More than 56 percent of rural households in India own no land
FEATURE-As inequality grows, Brazilians irked by tax to ousted royal heirs
Brazil is one of the world's most unequal places for property distribution with almost half of the land owned by one percent of the population
Brazil's land titles programme improves Amazon forest protection - research
Land where title deeds had been distributed had 2 percent more forest left intact compared with territory lacking in titles
FEATURE-At war with the in-laws: Tanzania's evicted widows push for rights
Customary law in Tanzania states that widows have no right to inherit from their husbands