EXCLUSIVE-Returning Rohingya may lose land, crops under Myanmar plans
Officials have made plans to harvest, and possibly sell, thousands of acres of crops left behind by the fleeing Rohingya
Forced from rainforest, Peruvian tribe faces new woes in Lima slum
Forced from their homes by violent leftist Shining Path rebels, the members of the Shipibo-Konibo tribe are trying to win secure titles to their land
INTERVIEW - Smart technology helps Cambodia residents beat eviction
Cambodia has been a hotbed of land conflict since the Khmer Rouge regime's destruction of property records to establish a form of communism in the 1970s
Luxurious London mansion on sale for 18 mln pounds - bitcoin accepted
Bitcoin is a digital currency that enables individuals to transfer value to each other and pay for goods and services, bypassing banks and the mainstream financial system
Back to the land: Friction as Somali exiles return home
In this Somali village, residents say life under al Shabaab Islamists is safer than when the government controlled the area
FEATURE-Villagers in India's Rajasthan reclaim common land with maps, petitions
"It took time, but this is our land now, no one can take it from us"
Ethnic land dispute forces thousands to flee in Ivory Coast cocoa belt
"They threatened to kill us if we didn't leave the village within 10 minutes"
"Capital of poverty": record number of working Londoners are poor - report
Housing costs that are more than double the average outside the capital are the main reason poverty in London is higher than in the rest of the country
INTERVIEW-Forget mansions, modest homes needed amid land pressures, Indian architect says
"Cost effective homes can be quite easily done, but everyone wants plush looking homes with granite and marble"