UN High Commissioner for Refugees appeals for safety for civilians trapped in Idlib
First major group of Ethiopian refugees return home from Kenya
UNHCR saddened by refugee deaths in stampede for aid in Niger
Newly displaced Syrians in urgent need as temperatures plummet
UNHCR welcomes Ethiopia's ratification of Kampala Convention
Refugee athlete takes part in Tokyo Marathon 2020
David Morrissey: 'This winter, spare a thought for refugees'
On a recent trip to Egypt with UNHCR David Morrissey meets a family preparing to rebuild their lives in the UK
Syrian refugee finds safe harbour in Hamburg
Syrian who fled to Germany as a refugee is now pursuing a dream career at one of Europe's biggest ports.
World must act and deliver for Afghan refugees, says UN chief
At the Refugee Summit in Islamabad, leaders celebrated the enduring generosity of Pakistan and Iran in hosting Afghans – and urged other nations to do more to sustain them.
Afghan teen aspires to help her country heal
Forty years of conflict have trapped millions of Afghans in exile, but Nadia yearns to go home – when peace returns, and once she has the medical skills to care for her people.
Refugees and communities bank on a brighter future in Pakistan
The need for greater solidarity with Afghan refugees and their hosts is to be discussed at two-day conference in Pakistan this month.
Hope and anxiety as Congolese refugees return home from Angola
UNHCR is supporting thousands of displaced Congolese to return from exile as relative calm returns to their homeland.
Abducted mum finally finds safety in Finland, but yearns to see children again
"I can't remember when life was last as good as this," says Nakout. After years of abuse, she now dreams of reuniting with children who thought she was dead.
Afghan woman breaks barriers to heal Pakistan's poor
Having grown up in a Turkmen refugee community without easy access to education, Saleema has beaten the odds by becoming a doctor.
Jordan's accidental plumber trains team of Syrian refugee women
After a mistranslation led her to enrol in a plumbing workshop, Safaa trained her own team of mostly Syrian refugee women to fix leaky taps and challenge stereotypes.