Jordan's Za'atari refugee camp: 10 facts at 10 years
Opened on 28 July 2012 and still home to 80,000 people, Za'atari refugee camp has become a symbol of the long-running Syrian refugee crisis.
Durable solutions required for Syrian refugees in Jordan as Za'atari camp turns 10
War uproots Ukrainian widow from lifelong home in Mykolaiv
After the house she built with her late husband went from sanctuary to bomb shelter, 83-year-old Svetlana left her beloved garden behind to seek safety as a refugee.
UNHCR survey finds refugees from Ukraine hope to go home
Refugees will need continued support until they are able to return.
UNHCR video game lets pupils experience a refugee's perilous journey
A Syrian refugee game developer, an award-winning Austrian company and UNHCR teamed up to create game that reveals the life-or-death decisions that refugees face.
UN humanitarian leaders call for the renewal of cross-border aid authorization to northwest Syria
UNHCR updates Ukraine refugee data, reflecting recent movements
Ukrainian refugees find warm welcome in neighbouring Moldova
While many move on, Olga and her children are among 100,000 Ukrainians staying in Moldova, where people and the authorities are offering support with help from UNHCR.
Deir-ez-Zor residents find help to rebuild lives from the city's ruins
After years of fighting destroyed much of eastern Syria's largest city and displaced hundreds of thousands of residents, UNHCR is helping families get back on their feet.