The UN refugee agency has determined that a Saudi woman who fled her family and refused to leave a Bangkok hotel room is a legitimate refugee, and has asked Australia to consider resettling her.
US seeks to deny asylum to migrants who enter country illegally
Canada’s resettlement of refugees: Potential lessons for Europe
Trump's latest move to withdraw from the UN Human Rights Council is just one more potentially isolating move.
Ahead of World Refugee Day, the UNHCR unveils its annual report on refugee trends. They say that 68.5 million people were displaced in 2017.
At least two people have been reported shot and wounded in protests over food cuts provoked by UN funding shortages.
UNHCR's Vivian Tan looks at ways of addressing the Rohingya crisis
A scheme to help disabled refugee children resume their lives though sport is taking off in Greece.
Activists say police and soldiers opened fire as refugees protested plans to send them home
They have fled for their lives to a camp for the displaced – escaping the frontline of the fight for Mosul.
The United Nations has suspended all aid convoys in Syria after its trucks were hit during a deadly air raid near Aleppo.
An international aid convoy has been hit by an air strike while delivering aid to 78,000 people in the hard-to-reach town of Urm al-Kubra in Syria.
UN refugee agency rewards Hellenic Rescue Team and psychologist Efi Latsoudi, who helped thousands of migrants reaching Greece.
Iraqi forces meet resistance in an operation to re-take the town of Qayyarah as they move ever closer towards the ISIL stronghold of Mosul
Refugees in Kenya who have fled the fighting in South Sudan are being given a chance to become self sufficient under a new initiative from the government and the UNHCR.
The Mediterranean has seen its most deadly week of 2016 with more than 880 migrants believed to have drowned in shipwrecks off the Libyan…
Born stateless, nowhere they can truely call home. Fifty thousand Syrians have been born without papers in Lebanon according to the United Nations
Hollywood star Angelina Jolie, who is also a UN special envoy, visited an office of the UNHCR at the port of Piraeus in Greece, where an estimated
In this week’s edition of Europe Weekly: Rights groups and MEPs criticise a tenative deal between the EU and Turkey on migration; refugees find their
The United Nations and Amnesty International have raised concerns that the EU’s proposed migration deal with Turkey could be illegal. They are
United Nations High Commission for Refugees says it has deep concerns about the EU’s proposed agreement to solve its migrant crisis. The agency
The United Nations High Commission for Refugees has warned Europe is on the cusp of a largely self-induced humanitarian crisis. Much of the evidence
The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Filippo Grandi, on Wednesday criticised the lack of solidarity across in Europe in addressing the
Just hours before EU leaders meet in Brussels to discuss migration, Athens announced the opening on Wednesday of four migrant reception centres on
As migrants continue to brave winter weather to reach Europe and the focus turns to Turkey to help stem the flow, euronews has spoken to the UN High
Nearly two million Syrian refugees have settled in Lebanon. As another harsh winter sets in, many people struggle to keep their tents warm enough for