Blazing building collapses in Sao Paulo; 1 dead, 3 missing
About 150 buildings in the region are occupied by organized groups of squatters, who have pressured the government for years to provide housing for the city's homeless
UK baby boomers cut back on food, borrow from kids to pay rent
People over 50 are finding it increasingly harder to meet housing costs
OFFICIAL CORRECTION-Indian workers dying on World Bank-backed tea plantations, say campaigners
INDIA-TEA/WORKERS (CORRECTED):OFFICIAL CORRECTION-Indian workers dying on World Bank-backed tea plantations, say campaigners
India grants land ownership rights to refugees who fled Pakistan 70 years ago
Refugees in Maharashtra were housed in about 30 government-owned "camps" or colonies across the state, with limited rights to sell or redevelop their homes
Liberians plan sit-in to pressure Weah to protect land rights
"We are trying to reach out directly to the president"
With pink vests and protests, Philippine clergy bless land rights struggle
"As Christians we have a duty to protect the forests, the mountains, the rivers that sustain the people"
'Kill us if you take our land', protesting Indian farmers say
Farmers in Bhavnagar have written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding the return of more than 2,000 hectares of land.
INTERVIEW-Communal land ownership in Barbuda a myth, says prime minister
"This issue about Barbudans owning the land on Barbuda in common is a fallacy, it's a myth - it never existed"
Artist's 'pollution pods' highlight cities' air quality problem
London art installation allows people to experience different pollution levels
Land activist and descendant of slaves slain in Brazil's Amazon
"Everything indicates that it was an execution. He was a 'marked' guy"