Displaced athletes to make historic debut at Paralympic Games in Rio
For the first time, a team of refugee athletes with disabilities will compete on the world stage.
UNHCR chief says Greece needs EU help to manage its refugee crisis
Filippo Grandi says the Government continues to face serious challenges, particularly if EU countries do not step up relocation and family reunion programmes.
Drums, hugs and tears of joy as refugee Olympians land back in Kenya
Exuberant welcome for South Sudanese track and field athletes who made history at Rio 2016 Games as competitors in first Refugee Olympic Team.
Japanese vision team brings Azeri lives into focus
Rwandan refugees head home after a generation in Angola
Refugees find chance to flourish in German workforce
Chad farming project empowers Sudanese refugees and locals
Gay and transgender refugees seek safety in the Middle East
Right to reunion eludes refugee families in Europe
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- UNHCR welcomes announcement of Independent Paralympic Team comprising two refugees 26 Aug 2016
- UNHCR welcomes definitive peace agreement in Colombia 26 Aug 2016
- UNHCR preparing for huge displacement from Iraq's Mosul 23 Aug 2016
- UNHCR: Military advances in northeast Nigeria uncovering vast and urgent humanitarian needs 19 Aug 2016
- UNHCR warns of overcrowding, funding shortages amid sharply worsening South Sudan displacement 12 Aug 2016