Killings, kidnappings and looting force 11,500 Nigerians to flee to Niger
Bandit attacks drive Nigerian villagers to flee to Niger
Killings, kidnapping and looting have driven 11,500 Nigerians to seek safety in Niger's Tahoua region in November.
Prolonged COVID-19 pandemic deepens hardship for over 12 million forcibly displaced people with disabilities
News Comment: UNHCR: Afghans struggle to seek safety as borders remain shut to most
Refugees fight fires to preserve Mauritania's environment
Malian refugees and local Mauritanians are fighting wildfires as part of wider efforts to stem the impacts of climate change on an increasingly fragile environment.
UNHCR dismayed by deportation of a third Cambodian refugee by Thai Authorities this month
Dwindling rains in northern Cameroon spark conflict and displacement
The worst intercommunal fighting ever seen in Cameroon's Far North Region was triggered by attempts to adapt to climate change.
Libya: First evacuation flight to Niger in over a year brings 172 asylum-seekers to safety
Warming climate threatens livelihoods of Malian refugees and Mauritanians
Lake Mahmouda, a vital source of water and food for refugees and local communities in Mauritania, is under threat as an increasingly hostile climate causes it to shrink.