More support needed as Mosul displacement grows
Of the 60,000 people who have fled Iraq's second city since the start of the campaign on October 17, around 40,000 have done so since the start of November.
Families fleeing Mosul offensive celebrate new-found freedoms
Men and women who escaped militant control in Iraq's second city share their relief on reaching safety.
Despite Mali peace accord, more flee persistent violence
Last month alone, more than 2,000 men, women and children from northern Mali have sought refuge in Mauritania from ongoing banditry and interethnic violence.
Mosul residents tell of harsh rule and perilous flight
Displaced families describe years of privation under militant rule in Iraq's second city before finding sanctuary.
Frequently asked questions on climate change and disaster displacement
Displacement linked to climate change is not a future hypothetical – it's a current reality.
Relieved residents swap canvas for walls at Greek camp
UNHCR has started replacing tents with residential containers at eight government-run sites for refugees in Greece.
South Sudan actor played dead to save his life
Abducted by gunmen as he fled, Moses had to draw on all his skills and experience to cheat death.
UNHCR opens new camp amid spike in Mosul displacement
Hasansham camp opens following largest displacement since start of Mosul offensive, as 8,000 men, women and children flee frontlines in past 24 hours.
Myanmar refugees pave the way home in pilot return
After decades in exile, 71 refugees have returned from Thailand to Myanmar, feeling both joy and trepidation about their future.