Greek forensics professor finds missing links for grieving families
Pavlidis Pavlos sees it as his duty to try and bring closure for the families of the dead by identifying their missing relatives.
Live Blog: World Refugee Day events span the globe as displacement hits record
From Asia to the Americas, UNHCR is leading celebrations of the spirit and courage of women, men and children uprooted from their homes.
Retired French couple take Sudanese refugee into their home
Catherine and Jean-Pierre provided a haven of peace and safety for a young man traumatized by the horrors of the "Jungle".
Afghan swaps hardship of the "Jungle" for suburbs of Paris
Weary of the problems in the notorious Calais camp, Shir Bahadar accepted a volunteer's offer to move into her apartment.
Forced displacement at record 68.5 million
UNHCR's annual Global Trends report shows an average of one person was displaced every two seconds in 2017, with developing countries most affected.
Frenchman and Syrian bond over shared interest in cooking
A friend gave Lucien, a musician in his 50s, the idea of taking in a refugee. They quickly found they enjoyed discovering new dishes together.
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.