Inside Story

Who's going to help the world's 41 million displaced people?

A record number of people have been forced from their homes due to wars and natural disasters.

War & Conflict

10 million displaced internally by conflict in 2018: Report

New figure brings total number of people living as IDPs due to violence and tensions to 41.3 million, an all-time high.

10 million displaced internally by conflict in 2018: Report

Asia

Why Afghan refugee women in Pakistan fear repatriation

Women living in Pakistani camps worry about cycle of violence and their children possibly being recruited as 'soldiers'.

Why Afghan refugee women in Pakistan fear repatriation

Bangladesh

Bangladesh: Bringing sanitation to largest Rohingya refugee camp

Changing lives, the new sewage treatment plant is making a difference for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.

Rohingya

Rohingya women, girls being trafficked to Malaysia for marriage

Al Jazeera reveals how refugees in Bangladesh camps are vulnerable to proposals from single Rohingya men in Malaysia.

Rohingya women, girls being trafficked to Malaysia for marriage

Inside Story

Why are Eritreans fleeing their country?

Eritrea has accused the UN's refugee agency of forcibly relocating some of its citizens stranded in Libya to Niger.

AJ IMPACT

Some refugees are now integrated. Can Greece's economy keep up?

In Ioannina, a volunteer aid group picks up the challenge of refugee integration against a backdrop of a weak economy.

Some refugees are now integrated. Can Greece's economy keep up?

Nigeria

Thousands of Nigerian refugees still fear Boko Haram violence

Around Maiduguri, 'temporary' refugee camps are becoming a permanent fixture.

Migrants

Spain busts Bangladeshi-run migrant smuggling ring

Police say at least 350 people from Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka were smuggled in by the group.

Spain busts Bangladeshi-run migrant smuggling ring

Libya

As Tripoli conflict continues, detained migrants run out of food

At least 376 people have been killed and thousands displaced since fighting erupted last month in the Libyan capital.

As Tripoli conflict continues, detained migrants run out of food

Italy

Italy's controversial 'boot camp' integration school for refugees

At mayor-founded academy, uniformed migrants repeatedly say thank you, do free community work and sing national anthem.

Italy's controversial 'boot camp' integration school for refugees

Lebanon

Dozens of Syrian refugees evicted in Lebanon anti-pollution drive

Lebanese authorities demolish riverside refugee camp, evict at least 50 Syrians, including children.

Dozens of Syrian refugees evicted in Lebanon anti-pollution drive

Africa

Boko Haram attacks the most vulnerable in Niger

Recent attacks are focusing on refugees and IDPs in southeast Nigeria, people who were already forced from their homes by the fighting.

Boko Haram attacks the most vulnerable in Niger

Middle East

New generation of Syrian refugees displaced in Jordan's camp city

Zaatari camp in Jordan near the Syrian border is home to almost 80,000 refugees - 40 percent of them aged under 11.

Libya

UN evacuates 325 refugees out of Tripoli as clashes continue

More than 300 people moved from detention facility in the capital to northwestern Libya, the UN's refugee agency says.

UN evacuates 325 refugees out of Tripoli as clashes continue