People & Power

Rescue at Sea: Migrants in the Mediterranean

Why are authorities in Italy and Libya trying to stop NGO vessels from rescuing migrants in the Mediterranean sea?

Shorts

'We have stories to tell': Inside Lebanon's refugee newsroom

Campji, a news channel in Beirut, is dedicated to stories of refugees told by the refugees themselves.

'We have stories to tell': Inside Lebanon's refugee newsroom

Syria's War

ISIL continues to wreak havoc in Syria's Deir Az Zor

Pockets of ISIL fighters continue to place mines and IEDs in Deir Az Zor province, and civilians are paying the price.

ISIL continues to wreak havoc in Syria's Deir Az Zor

Italy

As Rome camp eviction makes refugees homeless, Salvini celebrates

Baobab is one of many informal settlements in the capital and provided a lifeline to refugees who fell out the system.

As Rome camp eviction makes refugees homeless, Salvini celebrates

France

Migrants reach UK in stolen French fishing boat

Officials identified the 12-metre boat and contacted its owner, who said the vessel had been stolen in France.

Migrants reach UK in stolen French fishing boat

Thailand

Arab refugees in Bangkok long for home amid immigration crackdown

Hundreds fled Syrian war and arrived in Thailand on tourist visas, but are now desperately trying to avoid arrest.

Arab refugees in Bangkok long for home amid immigration crackdown

Libya

Inside Libyan detention 'hell' where refugee burned himself alive

Desperate detainees say they spend their days in the dark in overcrowded halls, amid an unchecked tuberculosis outbreak.

Inside Libyan detention 'hell' where refugee burned himself alive

Colombia

Venezuelan migrants' dangerous trek through Colombia

More than three million Venezuelans have fled poverty, hunger, and crime in their country in recent years, in one of the biggest migrations in the world today.

Asia

Myanmar refugees return to relative peace, but few resources

Dwindling support and the prospect for peace are encouraging ethnic Karen refugees in Thailand to return to Myanmar, but are finding the jobs and resources to rebuild their lives are scarce.

Mexico

After resting in Mexico City, caravan ready to continue north

Some 5,000 Central Americans rested in makeshift refugee camp in city's stadium to prepare for next leg of journey.

Africa

Central African Republic refugees start returning home

In a country torn by sectarian violence, Muslims and Christians are learning to live side by side again.

Australia

Australia under growing pressure over remote detention policy

Critics brand policy 'failure' that has destroyed lives as children airlifted to Australia for urgent medical treatment.

Australia under growing pressure over remote detention policy

Middle East

More than 200 mass graves found in Iraq: UN report

Report says sites in Mosul could contain critical forensic material to assist in the identification of ISIL victims.

More than 200 mass graves discovered in Iraq: UN report

Human Rights

Honduran survivor of migrant massacre joins caravan for safety

A survivor of a 2010 massacre of migrant group, Billy Martinez makes the trek again, hoping to find safety in numbers.

Honduran survivor of migrant massacre joins caravan for safety

Middle East

UN aid trucks reach remote refugee camp in Syria

A convoy carrying much-needed assistance for thousands of refugees arrived at a camp near Jordan border.

UN aid trucks reach remote refugee camp in Syria