A letter from Mosul
When UNHCR Special Envoy Angelina Jolie visited West Mosul, nearly a year after its liberation, she found that many of its neighbourhoods still lie in ruins.
In Jordan, sweet Ramadan treats unite refugees and locals
As Eid approaches, women from around the Arab world join forces to make traditional holiday pastries and deliver them to needy families in Amman.
Exiled as a child, Sahrawi grandmother still longs for home
After leaving Western Sahara 40 years ago, Mbareka and her small family face a daily struggle to survive in an Algerian desert camp.
Monsoon rains batter Bangladesh Rohingya refugee settlements
Winds and first heavy rains pound fragile landscape sheltering some 700,000 refugees, triggering landslides that killed one refugee and injured others amid ongoing emergency response.
Iftar meal brings spirit of Ramadan to refugees in Bangladesh
Farming family who host 71 Rohingya families on their land invite fasting Rohingya refugee neighbours for meal marking the holy month.
French couple welcome LGBT activist from Mali
Armand and Christophe decided to welcome a refugee after seeing the shocking image of Syrian toddler Alan Kurdi who drowned off Turkey.
Afghan couple are like second parents to French hosts' toddler
Anaïs and Vincent, with their baby son César, left Paris for a new life in the country. There, they found they had room to take in a refugee couple.
Christian couple provide haven of calm for young Muslim
Annick and Hubert Verger say their lives have been enriched by the presence of their Sudanese guest.
Ukrainian worker pedals out of war zone
Vasily Zubko wanted desperately to stay in his beloved steppe country, but when conflict reached his doorstep he set off on his bike.