Amazon's Jeff Bezos commits $2 bln to help homeless, pre-schools
Bezos has yet to join "The Giving Pledge" created by fellow billionaires Bill and Melinda Gates and Warren Buffett
Britain 'failing' its itinerant traveller communities - lawmakers
Lawmakers called for a change of government policy that would address both the needs of travellers and settled communities
'Bring in the angel of death': Kenyan elders issue curse to fight land loss
"What we've decided is to go to our god by cursing them. That is our court"
Property boom in rural Kenya creates 'poor millionaires'
A growing number of Kenyans are selling their land - often below market prices - and wasting the cash
Competition over land squeezes Ethiopia's coffee farmers
"I asked for compensation, but they laughed at me. There's been no compensation at all"
Israel's top court clears way for razing of Bedouin village in West Bank
About 180 Palestinians live in Khan al-Ahmar village
New Thai law for forest-dwellers does not give ownership rights, activists say
Indigenous and local communities own more than half the world's land under customary rights
Film puts spotlight on landless estate workers in southern India
The film is the latest regional-language flick to focus on social issues that India's big-budget Bollywood movies generally shy away from
Can land rights for farmers save Ghana's cocoa sector?
The industry regulator has encouraged farmers to clear away old trees but under traditional agreements, a farmer's land rights are tied to the crops he is growing
Liberia set to secure ancestral land rights with long-awaited law
Most of Liberia's 5 million people have only customary rights to the land they live on