In Nairobi's Kibera slum, residents fought for supplies as a food distribution was going on for a preselected group of needy people.
Rights groups say the citizenship law, combined with poor urban development, could lead to the forced eviction of millions of people living in poverty. Meanwhile, Muslim women continue to occupy New Delhi's streets in resistance to the divisive law.
"At least 470 shanties were destroyed by the fire. So far nine people have died. They included four members of a family," fire brigade official says.
Lagos's state government left 30,000 people homeless after authorities brutally set fire to their homes. The authorities were working hand-in-hand with developers on lucrative projects with little concern for court rulings or the rights of the poor.
A 300-year-old play is attracting a whole new audience in the country's capital, Buenos Aires.
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