Brazil homeless group occupies apartment that landed Lula in jail
"If its Lula's, then the people can stay here. If it isn't, why is he in jail?"
Controversial slum relocation kicks off in Rwanda's capital
"Everyone will be moved"
Thousands grapple to secure homes as England housing crisis bites
Critical housing shortage exacerbates homeless crisis in England
French photographer captures stark divide in booming Indian city
"Cities want to be seen as modern, global and smart, but (they) cover up real problems like pollution and the lack of planning and infrastructure"
Artists hope U.S. court ruling will help them defend street art
Could a landmark compensation award by a New York court safeguard street art in the United States from development?
UK's small football clubs fight evictions in race for valuable city land
Britain is experiencing a housing crisis as homebuilding has not kept pace with demand, driving up property prices
Manila's homeless set to move into more empty homes if official handover delayed
Charities estimate there are about 3 million homeless in Manila, possibly the most in any city in the world
Southeast Asia closes island beaches to recover from climate change and tourism
Thailand will shut Maya Bay, made famous in the film "The Beach", for four months a year
North China cities issue smog alerts as industry curbs end
Beijing achieved the biggest reduction in average pollution among 28 northern cities from October to February
Youngsters swap gangs for boxing in Colombia's Medellin slums
"Boxing was a way out of many problems I had. It helped me give up drugs"