Refugees in Egypt risk all on deadly sea crossing to Europe
Lured by smugglers, over 3,600 refugees and migrants have died or gone missing on the Mediterranean this year. Shipwreck survivors in Egypt recount their ordeal.
UNHCR focuses on preparations for Mosul exodus
A military operation to retake Iraq's second city has so far uprooted a few thousand people, allowing the UN Refugee Agency to focus on continued preparations.
UNHCR delivers more aid in Yemen, welcomes ceasefire
Latest aid distributions to 125,000 displaced in Taizz are part of an on-going humanitarian response since March 2015.
UN refugee chief warns of "forgotten population" in Egypt
Filippo Grandi met African refugees in Egypt, many of whom are becoming increasingly vulnerable.
Mosul civilians tell of fear and destruction
Speaking with families who fled Mosul assault, UN refugee chief Filippo Grandi stresses the need to protect civilians and prevent further displacement.
UN refugee chief says protecting Mosul civilians is key
Speaking in Baghdad, UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi stresses civilian protection must be part of the military strategy for retaking Iraq's second city.
UNHCR condemns violence against civilians in CAR
Clashes between rival militias have forced thousands to flee and disrupted vital humanitarian operations.
UN refugee chief highlights key role for peacemakers
Filippo Grandi congratulates Colombian President on Nobel Peace Prize win and welcomes recommendation of António Guterres to role as world's top peacemaker.
Volunteers who saved lives on Lesvos nominated for Nobel Peace Prize
Two volunteers who spent 2015 helping refugees and migrants on the Greek island of Lesvos honoured with Nobel Peace Prize nomination.