Rohingya refugees mark a year of suffering and hope
More than 720,000 children, women and men have fled violence that erupted in Myanmar on August 25 last year. They remain in need of solutions a year on.
UNHCR chief praises 'life and death' decisions taken by aid workers
Ahead of World Humanitarian Day, Filippo Grandi honours humanitarians who lost their lives helping those in need as displacement figures hit record high.
Fleeing violence, Nicaraguans seek safety in Costa Rica
Escaping killings, rights violations and political tensions at home, thousands are claiming asylum across the Central American nation's southern border.
Returning Congolese find homes in ruins, livelihoods destroyed
Visiting UNHCR team reports enormous humanitarian challenges in DR Congo's Ituri province.
Formal talks on global refugee compact conclude with strong and broad agreement
Efforts to strengthen the response to refugees passed an important milestone this week.
Sustainable response key to ongoing Rohingya displacement
UN refugee chief says investment in education, healthcare and infrastructure is needed to support Rohingya refugees and their hosts in Bangladesh.
More international support needed for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, say UN and World Bank chiefs
UN Secretary-General António Guterres urges donors to "step up to the plate," as Jim Yong Kim says World Bank stands in solidarity with refugees.
'I am living proof that investing in refugees pays off,' says refugee leader
Refugees have the knowledge and skills to contribute to host countries. They just need opportunities, NGO gathering hears.
Q&A: Head of Kenya's Makonde people recounts long walk from statelessness
Thomas Nguli, now 62, tells how a life without citizenship stole his dreams.