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After meeting families in Syria struggling to meet their basic needs and now threatened by COVID-19, UN Refugee Chief appeals for more help.
Violence by armed groups has uprooted more than 250,000 people since 2017 in Mozambique, with many living in dire conditions.
Efforts are continuing in Greece to shelter asylum seekers made homeless in a series of fires that devastated Moria last week.
After first positive cases confirmed in Syrian refugee camps in Jordan, UNHCR chief pledges help to contain virus.
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is saddened by the deaths of three Rohingya refugees who disembarked in northern Aceh, Indonesia last week.
UNHCR scales up immediate shelter support for Moria asylum seekers; urges for long-term solutions to address overcrowding on Greek islands
With an estimated 11,000 asylum seekers without shelter after the Moria RIC burned down, UNHCR is stepping up its support.
The Reception and Identification Center in Moria has been almost totally destroyed and the whole population is being tested once more.
An Italian higher education initiative grants Sudanese refugee in Ethiopia an opportunity to pursue their dreams.
UNHCR is shocked and saddened at events on Lesvos island this week where a series of fires have destroyed nearly all of Moria asylum center.
When Canadian author Robin Stevenson saw the headlines about the Syrian refugee crisis in 2015, she knew she had to help.
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