The United Nations (UN) urged governments, businesses and others on Tuesday to “reboot” the world’s response to refugees as the number of people fleeing their homes rises along with hostility to migrants.
Mohammed Bin Rashid marks World Refugee Day by ordering aid flight to support delivery of UNHCR’s humanitarian assistance to Burkina Faso. Assistance includes 88 tons of core relief items for displaced people and 12 tons of COVID-19 aid.
At first, no one in the Iraqi Kurdish capital Arbil would drink the bitter coffee at Syrian refugee Abdussamad Abdulqadir's cafe. But now it's a hit, part of a growing cultural exchange.
The biggest refugee camps in the world, on a coastal strip in southern Bangladesh, house 1 million Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar in flimsy shacks vulnerable to flooding and deadly encounters with elephants.
The world community needs to do more to protect some 70 million forcibly displaced people, including refugees, migrants and internally displaced from COVID-19.
To mark World Refugee Day, The Arts Center at New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD), in partnership with the UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, will stream CARTOGRAPHY, a theatrical work
On the United Nations' World Refugee Day on Saturday, Marwan Kuwaik, a 70-year-old Palestinian in Gaza, will be focused on trying to eke out a living by selling snack food on the street.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has reminded countries of their fundamental obligation to protect the nearly 80 million people worldwide forced to flee their homes due to conflict, persecution and other crises.
The Tayybeh restaurant is the brainchild of a refugee couple who fled war-torn Syria years ago. Since mid-March they have been offering free food to health workers fighting the pandemic in the capital.