India's indigenous people assert right to land with burial ritual
Campaigners have vowed to continue their protest with stone plaques, which mimic the ritual of placing a large stone in the ground after a person has been buried
Israeli court suspends razing of Bedouin village in West Bank -lawyer
Around 180 Bedouin, raising sheep and goats, live in tin and wood shacks in Khan al-Ahmar
South Africa traditional leaders warn ANC to keep its hands off their land
The leaders, who are key to the ANC political base, control communal land comprising 13 percent of South Africa.
South Africa's 'dispossessed' urban poor call for land reform
"The most lucrative urban land is still in the hands of the minority"
Frontline Insight: Interview with Chris Kelly; Maker of "A Cambodian Spring"
Land struggles in Cambodia; A feature documentary maker shares his insights
Community takes lead to rebuild Philippine city after siege
"It's going to be a huge challenge, as a lot of residents don't have titles to their properties, even though they have been living there for generations"
Competing claims complicate land ownership for Brazil's slave descendants
Even though Brazil's constitution guarantees slaves' descendants rights to property, many of them still don't have legal title to their land
Arcane U.S. land law gets slow makeover to help poor
"I like to say it's the worst problem no one's heard of"
Silent vigils, prayers mark one year since London's Grenfell fire
Fire killed 71 people in social housing block
Indian blockbuster spotlights slum dwellers' struggle for land rights
"The film carries people's voice - that land is their right"