Women fleeing FGM find abuse in Libya
Over 200 million women and girls across the world have been subjected to female genital mutilation, while three million are estimated to be at risk each year.
From crisis comes opportunity, says UNHCR protection chief
Türk calls for long-term improvements in the lives of the displaced and their hosts.
Bangladeshis race to save Rohingya refugees in need
Private donors raise money, food and clothing to fill yawning aid gap as Myanmar displacement into Bangladesh tops 582,000
Mexican shelter provides safe space for Central Americans
Since 2011, Friar Tomás González Castillo has welcomed those fleeing violence and persecution in northern Central America.
Geneva diners tempted by African menu at Refugee Food Festival
Hundreds flock to a lakeside restaurant to sample dishes served up as part of Switzerland's contribution to the Europe-wide culinary event.
Phone technology gives refugees in Uganda a cash lifeline
Agreements with telecoms operators are helping South Sudanese families in the world's biggest refugee settlement connect with essential services.
The world must not turn its back on the Syrian refugee crisis
Conditions are not yet in place for the more than five million Syrians living as refugees in neighboring countries to return home.
Alarm grows over thousands trapped by Syrian fighting
Those escaping from the city of Al Raqqa report shortages of food, water, medicine and electricity.
New deal on work permits helps Syrian refugees in Jordan
Syrians can now apply for jobs in certain sectors, such as agriculture, construction, textiles and food.