Child-trafficking in Mali increasing because of conflict and COVID-19
Armed groups in Mali trafficking children for labour in gold mines, using profits to enrich combatants, fuel the arms trade and finance the violence.
IOM and UNHCR carry out joint visit to the Canary Islands amid increasing arrivals
Civilians bear the brunt of violence in Mozambique's Cabo Delgado
Cash aid brings relief to Libyan families uprooted by clashes
After fighting in Tripoli twice drove Hanan and her children from their homes, they finally found refuge in an unfinished building before receiving financial help from UNHCR.
UNHCR's life-saving flights from Libya resume after seven-month suspension
Colombian child rights defender wins UNHCR's Nansen Refugee Award
Seven-month ordeal at sea takes toll on Rohingya refugees in Indonesia
UNHCR welcomes the life-saving disembarkation of 300 Rohingya refugees in Indonesia
News Comment by UNHCR Director for Asia and the Pacific, Indrika Ratwatte