Desperate Syrians pay ultimate price in bid to reach Lebanon
Forced to attempt mountain smuggling route to reach safety, 16 Syrian men, women and children freeze to death after being caught in a heavy storm.
UNHCR's Grandi hails Jordan's job scheme for Syrian refugees
UN refugee chief urges increased donor focus on employment initiatives, saying Jordan scheme offers new blueprint for supporting refugees.
Women report sexual abuse fears at Greek reception centres
UNHCR particularly worried about the situation at overcrowded centres on the Aegean islands of Lesvos and Samos.
Thousands flee amid fresh violence in Yemen
UNHCR is alarmed at an upsurge in violence that has left more than 85,000 people displaced countrywide since December 2017.
Refugee crafts take centre stage at world's biggest trade fair
For the first time ever, refugee-made products will go on display at Ambiente, the leading international consumer goods trade show.
Refugee athlete shares message of peace in South Korea
Refugee Olympic Team athlete Pur Biel, who fled South Sudan, has spoken about the importance of peace ahead of the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Rohingya refugees on frontline of fight to contain diphtheria
Going shelter to shelter in Bangladesh camps, volunteer community health workers help ensure refugees get access to medical services and treatment.
UNHCR appeals for US$391 million for 'forgotten' Burundi refugees
Low levels of funding mean support efforts in neighbouring countries fall short of acceptable standards.
Grandi says South Sudan's leaders must restore peace and hope to 'broken' people
Aid groups appeal for US$1.5 billion for refugees and US$1.7 billion for those in need inside the country in 2018.