Rohingya arrivals in Bangladesh struggle to get back on their feet
Nearly four months after violent incidents drove them from Myanmar to Bangladesh, Rohingya women and children are living precariously with limited assistance and fears of deportation.
UN refugee chief calls for accelerated assistance for Aleppo
Shocked by scale of devastation, Grandi calls for massive investment and for efforts to secure lasting peace.
Trapped Mosul civilians in dire need of relief
Fleeing residents highlight danger, lack of food and water for hundreds of thousands of civilians who remain trapped in militant-held areas of Iraq's second largest city.
Rescue boat scours sea for flimsy craft
Highly experienced crews of the Phoenix and its sister vessel have rescued about 33,000 people from the Mediterranean since 2014.
UN refugee head meets Homs' displaced on Syria visit
Filippo Grandi witnesses 'immense' scale of urgent humanitarian and reconstruction needs.
After the battle, Aleppo residents want to get back to work
Displaced residents of Syria's war-ravaged city seek employment as a first step towards returning to normal life.
Desperate refugees and migrants in Serbia face freezing temperatures
Serbian authorities, together with UNHCR and partners, step up efforts to extend capacity in emergency shelters for hundreds sleeping rough.
As tensions ease, some displaced return to Bangui
Thousands of people who fled fighting in the Central African Republic's capital have returned under a voluntary programme run by UNHCR and the government.
As Gambia crisis passes, displaced return from Senegal
Several thousand people have returned to the Gambia since ex-president Yahya Jammeh ceded power.