Afghan refugees in Syria forced to move on to Romania
Thirty years after they fled their homeland, Muhammad Hussain and his family found themselves caught up in conflict again.
UNHCR's Grandi appalled at suffering of civilians in Syria
Consequences of seven-year conflict represent colossal human tragedy, says UN refugee chief, blaming continued violence on failure of political will.
Q&A: Syria's Eastern Ghouta 'on the verge of major disaster'
UNHCR's Representative to Syria, Sajjad Malik, entered the besieged community with a humanitarian aid convoy and describes the conditions he encountered.
Syrian family transfers to mainland after Samos ordeal
UNHCR has been supporting the transfer of vulnerable people from overcrowded island centres to the Greek mainland.
Cate Blanchett meets UNHCR's top woman for International Women's Day
Golden Globe winner Cate Blanchett discusses challenges for women refugees with UNHCR's Kelly Clements.
UNHCR reaffirms its commitment to Age, Gender and Diversity (AGD)
UN Refugee Agency announces updated policy on AGD issues in all aspects of its work.
Guatemalan network welcomes those fleeing gang violence
Deputy High Commissioner hails shelters that provide protection for the most vulnerable people on the move in Central America.
Uganda launches major refugee verification operation
With the support of UNHCR, government officials are using biometric data to verify more than 1 million refugees in the country.
'Tusk force' set up to protect refugees and elephants in Bangladesh
UNHCR and the International Union for Conservation of Nature are working together to mitigate incidents between elephants and humans in the world's largest refugee settlement.