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After losing their incomes during COVID-19, Venezuelan refugees evicted from their homes are now at greater risk, new data shows.
UNHCR is helping displaced Mozambicans get identification documents, making it easier for them to access formal jobs and vital services.
Afghan teen, Zohra, was just 11 when she and her family fled to Ecuador. Now 16, she paints murals in her host city to reconcile her worlds.
In Kabul, nearly 50,000 Afghans displaced from other parts of the country by fighting are desperate to receive aid before winter sets in.
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is urging states to facilitate and expedite family reunification procedures for Afghans.
Desperate refugees and asylum-seekers in Tripoli in urgent need of assistance and protection amid security sweeps.
Iranian refugee Abouzar and his son, Armin, chose to stay in Hungary despite being detained at the border for 18 months.
Sudanese student Raba Hakim fulfils a lifelong dream of going to university, thanks to a MasterCard Foundation scholarship.
Repatriations are accelerating as UNHCR recommends an end to refugee status for Ivorians. The circumstances that led them to flee have ceased to exist.
‘Urgent global collaboration’ is required to put agreed protection principles into practice, UNHCR Gillian Triggs, tells high-level gathering.
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