Politics of Death: Colonial scars and drought feed Kenya land wars
"We have nowhere to graze ... I cannot wait and see livestock dying and yet there is grass here," says a herder who lives near Martin Evans' cattle ranch
FEATURE-Sixty years after fleeing Tibet, refugees in India get passports, not property
"Will they always remain refugees, or should they be given some sort of permanent resident status, as they have been here for so long, and have little chance of being repatriated?"
Fire engulfs London tower block, at least 12 dead, dozens injured
London Fire Brigade said the fire engulfed all floors from the second to the top of the block which contained 130 apartments
EXCLUSIVE-Australian billionaire uses indigenous land laws to keep prospectors off farm
Head of agency overseeing native title for indigenous landowners says it is "pretty rich" for Forrest to use rights designed to protect indigenous interests.
INTERVIEW-For faster growth in India, change the land acquisition law - official
"You cannot wait five years for projects such as infrastructure and power"
Namibian president calls for land expropriation
Namibia wants to transfer 43 percent, or 15 million hectares of its arable agricultural land, to previously disadvantaged blacks by 2020
London social housing residents urge rewrite of "worse than useless" development plans
"The mayor's estate guidance draft ... doesn't offer a way for tenants to have a real say in the futures of their estates" - Sian Berry, London Assembly member for the Green Party
Fears of misuse of Muslim 'waqf' property in India as official suspended
Waqf boards in India hold nearly 500,000 registered properties and tracts of land, making them among the top landowners in the country
India urged to build housing law on human rights
A housing law should include policies aimed at those living in informal settlements
FEATURE -In Rwanda, red cross spells demolition
"They built the houses without a permit. We are fighting illegal construction day by day"