As war grinds on in Yemen, Somali refugees eye return
Facing danger and growing hardship in Yemen, some 30,600 Somalis have reportedly returned home since war broke out in 2015.
Jordan's Azraq becomes world's first clean energy refugee camp
New solar plant is the first of its kind in a refugee setting, and will transform the lives of thousands of Syrians living in harsh desert environment.
Displaced by war, Yemenis face hardship and hunger
UNHCR preparing for possible fresh wave of displacement from Hudaydah, as families resort to begging to ward off starvation.
After packed boats take on water, 20 feared dead in Mediterranean
Rescuers save 500 men, women and children after four rubber boats founder in choppy waters between Libya and Italy in latest sea tragedy.
As South Sudan crisis deepens, more funds needed for refugees
UNHCR and its partners launch a major new humanitarian appeal, seeking more than US$1.4 billion to provide vital aid to those fleeing fighting and hunger.
A new home in a place of safety for fleeing Mosul residents
As 1000s flee West Mosul, UNHCR opens 12th new camp for displaced.
UNHCR delivers food and relief items to DRC refugees in Angola
Prosperous farmer is grateful to escape DRC violence that has caused over 20,000 to flee.
Aleppo slowly progresses along road to recovery
UNHCR's Amin Awad visits Homs and Aleppo and witnesses resilient spirits first hand.
From camp to city, Myanmar returnees grapple with Yangon life
Six months after they repatriated from Thailand, a returnee family reflects on the life they left behind and embraces their future in Myanmar.