Q&A: Yemenis face a 'struggle for survival'
UNHCR's country representative, Ayman Gharaibeh, warns war is tearing the fabric of Yemen apart and creating a humanitarian catastrophe.
Syrian centenarian dreams of European reunion with family
Great-grandmother Eida Karmi doubted she would see her family again after they fled their homeland. Now in Greece, she is determined to join them.
UNHCR chief visits Cameroon refugee camp and launches appeal
Filippo Grandi meets with Nigerian refugees driven from their homes by Boko Haram violence, and later presents funding appeal that aims to help them.
Driven by hunger, Iraqis risk all to flee Mosul violence
Lacking food and medical care, families from the town of Hawiga are braving minefields on foot to reach safety in UNHCR camp.
Cash aid empowers refugees and boosts Lebanese economy
Syrian refugees say cash-based aid programme gives them greater financial control and dignity, while local businesses report increased revenues.
Conflict pushes displaced Yemenis to the brink
UNHCR warns millions of displaced Yemenis face "humanitarian catastrophe" as 21 months of war deepen hunger, poverty and suffering.
UNHCR chief promotes a return to self-sufficiency in Chad
During a visit to Lake Chad, Filippo Grandi highlights livelihood programmes to help refugees and others displaced by insurgency to support themselves.
East Aleppo residents tell of horror, cold and hunger
As they find safety in west Aleppo, displaced residents from the devastated east of the city describe the violence and shortages that led them to run for their lives.
Photographer's injuries boosted resolve to tell refugee tales
Celebrated photojournalist Giles Duley explains how his disability helped him portray others with more dignity.