UN refugee chief praises Niger's help for refugees
Filippo Grandi says Niger sets a strong example through its hospitality for people fleeing conflict in Mali and Nigeria.
A tough road north for Central American children
Fleeing gang violence in El Salvador and Honduras, children risk abuse, smugglers and drug cartels in a desperate trek in search of safety.
UNHCR moves 1,100 out of tents, beating first snows of winter
Agency has arranged 19,500 places in apartments, hotels and with host families throughout Greece for relocation candidates and vulnerable asylum-seekers.
Childhood stolen by street gangs
Sexual violence, beatings and forced recruitment by gangs drive thousands of Salvadoran, Honduran and Guatemalan youngsters to run for their lives.
Hi-tech tale of refugee boy who stopped growing
Virtual reality "igloo" tells 360-degree story of Omar whose hormone deficiency is being treated again in new home in Finland.
UNHCR chief calls for urgent action to protect refugee children
Filippo Grandi opens two-day dialogue on protection challenges with a call to safeguard children on the move and find solutions for them.
UNHCR updates protection 'toolkit' for a world on the move
A decade on from the launch of the UN Refugee Agency's 10-Point Plan, Protection Chief Volker Türk outlines the latest update to its best practices framework.
States pledge US$701 million to UNHCR for 2017 operations
In the biggest show of support ever, donor governments today promised an initial US$701 million to fund UN Refugee Agency operations next year.
Libyans twice uprooted by war call for urgent help
Driven from their homes by fighting in 2011 and then again this year, displaced Sirte residents face dire need even as their city is recaptured from militants.