Diver recalls horror of refugee boat sinking off Egypt
A year ago, Emad was one of the first on the scene when boat packed with 350 refugees and migrants went down.
Students learn about refugee law in Yemen's war zone
A group of law students takes part in a mock court hearing known as a "moot" in which they will arbitrate two refugee cases.
Refugees pay price when governments ignore asylum rules
Some politicians cast aside humanity in favour of short-term political gains, says UNHCR's international protection chief Volker Türk.
UNHCR tackles diarrhoea outbreaks in Bangladesh camps
As Rohingya influx rises to an estimated 507,000, UN Refugee Agency adds three diarrhoea treatment centres and rehydration outreach teams.
Zambia faces crisis as thousands flee violence in DRC
As thousands more flee violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Zambia is now facing a growing humanitarian crisis.
Hindus from Myanmar find welcome in Bangladesh
Driven out of Myanmar by persecution, Hindu families from four villages now live as refugees in a rural hamlet.
Nigerian lawyer receives UNHCR's annual Nansen Award
Zannah Mustapha provides orphans of Boko Haram conflict with education and hope.
Grandi calls for more efforts to solve conflicts
UN refugee chief says global community is letting down millions of refugees and displaced people
Moving refugees out of the rain in Bangladesh
To beat monsoon downpours, UNHCR is providing tarps to Rohingya as they cross the border from Myanmar.