After displacement by Boko Haram, life remains a challenge
An international conference in Oslo draws attention to the plight of millions of people driven from their homes across Nigeria and the Lake Chad region by insurgency.
UNHCR readies for fresh Mosul exodus as battle moves west
Displaced Iraqis voice fears for relatives trapped in west of the city, as UNHCR prepares for movement of up to a quarter of a million people.
Funding crunch exacerbates Yemen 'catastrophe'
Deaths through famine and lack of medical attention in the country are being aggravated as UN Refugee Agency relief operations are just one per cent funded.
A Syrian family's dream of a new life restored
The Moeins were among hundreds of Syrian refugees whose lives were put on hold after an executive order, since stayed, suspended U.S. resettlement.
Fleeing west Mosul by boat to the shelter of a UNHCR camp
Families risk their lives to escape an extremist-held area of Iraq's second-largest city, as UNHCR prepares for fresh exodus.
Syrian refugee couple find new hope and freedom through art
An exhibition of drawings by artists Shergo Musa and Nazli Abdou in Skopje portrays the experiences, hopes and fears of their family and fellow refugees.
Insecurity in Yemen threatens incoming refugees and migrants
UNHCR launches campaign to highlight dangers to thousands of people – most from Ethiopia and Somalia – who continue head to Yemen despite the raging conflict.
Nationality reform a major step towards ending statelessness in Madagascar
UN refugee chief warns against politicizing plight of refugees
Filippo Grandi urges developed countries to show generosity to those fleeing conflict or risk undermining principle of solidarity.