UNHCR calls on states to allow Venezuelan refugees and migrants to access safety, as security and humanitarian situation worsens in their country.
Given Venezuela’s worsening political, economic, human rights and humanitarian situation, UNHCR now considers those fleeing in need of refugee protection.
UNHCR is deeply saddened at reports of deaths and injuries of civilians, including refugees, when strikes hit Sana’a City, Yemen, on Thursday.
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Since the government suppressed street protests last April, thousands of Nicarauguans have sought safety in neighbouring Costa Rica.
Rohingya volunteers are at the forefront of a drive to protect residents of the sprawling refugee settlements as the cyclone and monsoon season approaches.
UNHCR’s new Director of the Africa Bureau, Raouf Mazou, says the socioeconomic inclusion of refugees is vital to the agency’s efforts.
Despite Venezuela having officially closed its land borders with neighbouring Colombia and Brazil, thousands of people are still leaving the country daily.