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More than 500,000 Rohingya refugees from Myanmar have been registered in a joint registration exercise by the Bangladesh authorities and UNHCR
After violence broke out in their native Venezuela, hundreds of members of the Pemon indigenous group fled to a village across the border in Brazil
Colombia has taken a major step in combatting statelessness by ensuring that children born in the country to Venezuelan parents can acquire Colombian nationality.
UNHCR is concerned about last night’s decision by the Italian Parliament to convert into law a security decree that imposes more severe penalties on boats and people conducting search and rescue operations in the Mediterranean.
Government move to issue birth certificates to 600 children from Shona community hailed as an important protection measure and first step towards ending statelessness for the group.
After receiving lifeguard instruction, Rohingya volunteers in Bangladesh rescue drowning teenager from reservoir.
Mo Amer speaks to UNHCR about his refugee past and humble beginnings in the world of comedy and how they forged the path to having his own Netflix special.
After fleeing his home for Rwanda, Burundian artist Mike has forged a friendship for life.
Fraught with worry over how he would be able to pay for two emergency surgeries, Ali approached UNHCR for help, and learned about the Universal Public Health Insurance, or UPHI, program.
Around 300 refugees are returning to south-east Myanmar, among them a family of four generations.