Hundreds of thousands of Haitians still don't have permanent housing nearly three years after a devastating earthquake but they're starting to fight back. Amy Bracken reports from Port-au-Prince on fledgling efforts to create a housing rights movement.
Last year, some Spanish farmers were shocked to find their tax bills increase by as much as 30 thousand percent. Some got rich as housing prices skyrocketed. Others are now faced with losing their land.
A year after a catastrophic earthquake and tsunami, coastal towns in northern Japan have barely begun to rebuild. Reporter Sam Eaton visited the ravaged area and spoke with residents trying to rebuild their communities and lives.
Haiti's government has unveiled an expensive reconstruction plan for the country. But there are questions over how best to spend the money. Anchor Jeb Sharp speaks with reporter Amy Bracken in Port-au-Prince.
Rebecca Henschke reports on the Cambodia's real estate boom -- and its effect of slum dwellers who are often forced out of their homes to make way for new developments, and that's led to protests from human rights groups.
The World's Laura Lynch that French authorities raided a migrant camp in Calais , in northern France. The camp was used by hundreds of illegal migrants as the last stop on the way to a better life across the English Channel in Britain.