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We take special care to bring you the latest refugee news and stories of the men, women and children we help each day.
More than 150,000 Somalis have been forced to flee their homes since late June, including some 23,000 in the last week alone.
UNHCR and other humanitarian partners in Beirut, Lebanon are rushing to support the government-led response following the deadly blast.
UNHCR strongly condemns an unprovoked and brutal attack on a site hosting 800 IDPs near the village of Nguetchewe, in Cameroon.
Siblings Nyamach and Nyakoang are among more than 42,000 South Sudanese refugee children in Ethiopia who are unaccompanied or separated from their parents.
Rescued from Libyan detention centres and evacuated to Rwanda, survivors of horrific torture and rape are receiving the help they need to start to heal.
UNHCR is calling for stronger efforts to mitigate the risks for refugees and IDPs posed by landmines and improvised explosive devices.
Peng was born in Cambodia, a few years before the Khmer Rouge seized power in 1975. Almost immediately, the genocide began. Now, she’s resettled in Canada.
For over a century, the Hazara community has suffered from targeted discrimination, persecution, and massacres because of their ethnicity and Shi’ite faith.
UNHCR is stepping up efforts in Brazil to refugees and migrants as the Latin American country battles the COVID-19 pandemic.
Trained community health workers in Bangladesh – all of them Rohingya refugees – refer suspected COVID-19 patients in the settlements for testing and care.
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