As cyclones loom, Bangladesh leads push to protect Rohingya refugees
Bangladesh is working with UNHCR and partners to stave off consequences of possible extreme weather for hundreds of thousands.
Rohingya refugee volunteers trained to help others in distress
As monsoon season approaches, Rohingya volunteers are being trained by UNHCR to become first responders in an emergency.
A year after assault on Marawi City, residents still unable to return
Conflict drove 360,000 Filipinos from their homes last May. Months after the city was liberated, destruction and unexploded bombs prevent many from going home.
Honduran refugee risks all riding the 'beast' in Mexico
More refugees are fleeing violence in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador - some like Armando, risk all riding a freight train in search of safety in Mexico.
UNHCR chief calls for solidarity with LGBTI displaced
Filippo Grandi stresses the need to support those forced to flee because of their sexual orientation and gender identity.
Facing the hardest separation
International Day of Families, which is today, is an important moment to reflect on Australia's separation of refugees and asylum-seekers. It's time to bring them together.
'We are part of the solution', say young refugees
Youngsters make their voices heard at talks to transform how world responds to refugee crises.
Refugees take safety flight out of Libya
A charter carrying 132 refugees and asylum-seekers reaches Niger, resuming a life-saving evacuation programme after a two-month suspension.
Indians rally to help Rohingya refugee fire victims
After a blaze tore through a settlement in New Delhi making 219 refugees homeless, their neighbours, aid organizations and NGOs are helping them to start over.