Middle East

Thousands of Syrians face eviction from Lebanon camps

Aid workers warn of humanitarian catastrophe as Lebanon's army threatens to begin demolition of camps in Bekaa Valley.

Thousands of Syrians face eviction from Lebanon camps

Europe

Syrian dies in Greece from burns over most of his body

Refugee who sustained burns covering 85 percent of his body in Chios detention centre passes away in Athens hospital.

Greece: Syrian man dies after suffering extensive burns

Refugees

Should Lebanon get more funds for hosting refugees?

While the government invokes risks of economic collapse due to refugees, the reality on the ground is far more complex.

Should Lebanon get more funds for hosting refugees?

Middle East

PM Hariri: Lebanon has become a big refugee camp

Saad al-Hariri calls for more international support, saying he fears civil unrest due to Syrian refugee influx.

PM Hariri: Lebanon at 'breaking point' due to refugees

Reporter's Notebook

Refugee from Syria's ISIL-held Raqqa: 'People think we had a choice'

Resident of Lebanon's Bekaa Valley refugee camp recounts her family's struggles since escaping from ISIL's stronghold.

Syrian Refugees

Syrian critical after setting himself on fire in Greece

Man, 29, sustains burns to 85 percent of his body after incident inside the Vial centre on the Greek island of Chios.

Chios: Syrian refugee critical after 'self-immolation'

Middle East

Number of Syrian refugees surges in 2017

UN report says Turkey now hosts nearly three million Syrians, with 47,000 more coming since February alone.

Witness

Refugees Got Talent

Four Syrian friends put on a TV-style talent show to lift spirits at the refugee camp where they are stranded.

Syria's Civil War

Six years on: The price of saying 'no' to Assad

Al Jazeera speaks to three Syrians whose lives have been forever changed since the 2011 uprising began.

Six years on: The price of saying 'no' to Assad

Syrian Refugees

Syrian refugee's 'voice was not heard' in Facebook case

German court has rejected Anas Modamani's request for Facebook to seek out and remove posts linking him to 'terrorism'.

Syrian refugee's 'voice was not heard' in Facebook case

Europe

German court rejects refugee's case against Facebook

Anas Modamani wanted Facebook to stop the spread of a selfie he took with Merkel that made him the target of racists.

Court rejects Syrian refugee's case against Facebook

Syrian Refugees

Syrian refugee children process trauma through art

NGOs in Lebanon have been using art therapy to help children to deal with the horrific events they witnessed in Syria.

Syrian refugee children process trauma through art

Syria's Civil War

What do Syrians make of the latest Geneva peace talks?

As bombing of civilian areas continues, Syrians are pessimistic over the outcome of the Geneva talks.

Syrians to opposition: 'No concessions over our blood'

Syrian Refugees

How a selfie with Merkel changed Syrian refugee's life

Anas Modamani has taken Facebook to court over false news stories using the photo to link him to 'terrorism'.

How a selfie with Merkel changed Syrian refugee's life

Opinion

Britain rejecting child refugees is no surprise

Given the toxic environment post-Brexit, and the historical record, rejecting child refugees is no wonder.

Alastair Sloan

by Alastair Sloan

Alastair Sloan