U.S. Supreme Court limits rights of property owners
The state's attorney general called the ruling a "victory for the rule of law in Wisconsin"
Maasai land loss raises tensions in Kenya ahead of elections
Many cash-strapped Maasai have become landless after subdividing and selling swathes of land to the south of Nairobi
Istanbul's ancient Roma community falls victim to building boom
Istanbul's Roma community, already marginalised in Turkish society, is one of the biggest losers in the city's gentrification process
Indian police thwart indigenous people in land complaints, activists say
"These are poor, largely illiterate people, and they were cheated and threatened into giving up their land"
Deadly tower blaze highlights London's rich-poor divide
Residents accuse local authority of neglect
UK to hold inquiry into London tower block fire as death toll rises to 17
Local residents say there had been repeated warnings about the safety of the building
Land rights help fight fires in Guatemala nature reserve - study
About 14,000 residents have formal rights covering 400,000 hectares of the reserve
India court affirms priests' right to property despite poverty oath
Ruling applies to all religions in the state, and to women in a religious order as well
Hard times for Lagos slum dwellers caught in race for land
"We don't have anywhere else to go to. I sleep in this boat with my family"
Diversity a source of strength in open, inclusive cities: Canada
Canada's Minister for Families, Children and Social Development Jean-Yves Duclos says cities should not be afraid of diversity: it is a source of national economic and cultural strength.