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Violence in Burkina Faso has caused more than a quarter of a million people to flee their homes over the last three months, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) says.
The Saudi woman who made a desperate plea for asylum after landing at Bangkok airport has been placed "under the care" of the United Nations refugee agency, a Thai official said.
The UN refugee agency says it's concerned over a Libyan militia forcing 1 900 displaced people out of their refugee camp in the capital, Tripoli.
As fighting rages in the central African nation, almost two-thirds of the Democratic Republic of Congo's refugees arriving in Zambia are children.
Unicef is warning that a critical funding shortfall is threatening aid to nine million Syrian children, both in their country and in neighbouring states.
The death toll from a cholera outbreak is approaching 1 000 in Yemen, a war-devastated and impoverished country where "humanity is losing out to politics", says a UN official.
Rescue vessels in the Mediterranean have worked flat out to rescue over 2 000 people from flimsy dinghies as exhausted saviours accused the EU of turning a blind eye to the crisis.
The evacuation of Aleppo should be completed within the next two days, Russian and Turkish foreign ministers say.
Inside a red-brick building with a tin roof in western Rwanda, a group of young people are hard at work studying for a US-accredited university degree. read more...
An Afghan woman immortalised on a celebrated National Geographic magazine cover as a green-eyed 12-year-old girl has been arrested for living in Pakistan on fraudulent identity papers.
The UNHRC, the United Nation’s Refugee Agency, claims at least 1 500 foreign nationals, mainly migrants, refugees and asylum-seekers, were forced to flee their homes during heightened violence against foreigners in South Africa.
Hundreds of migrants held in a detention centre south of the Libyan capital have been evacuated this week amid fierce clashes between armed groups, the UN's refugee agency has said.
The United Nations has faced criticism after naming Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe a "goodwill ambassador" to promote health causes, despite the country's dire health crisis under his rule.
The UN rights chief has raised concern about Washington's decision to end an amnesty for hundreds of thousands of people brought illegally to the country as children, saying they should be granted "durable legal status".
The UN says Islamic State group jihadists may be holding more than 100 000 Iraqi civilians as human shields in the Old City of Mosul.
Thousands of people fleeing troubled Central African Republic have streamed into DRC following an outbreak of sectarian violence in the border city of Bangassou, the UN's refugee agency says.
Gambia's Yahya Jammeh faced a "last chance saloon" deadline to step down as troops from five African nations stood by for action and key regional leaders flew in to make a final plea.
Armed men have abducted three UN refugee agency staffers, including two foreigners, from Sudan's strife-torn Darfur region, a local government official says.
The UN refugee agency says the death toll for migrants in the Mediterranean has reached at least 3 800 this year so far, making 2016 the deadliest year on record.
The UN's rights chief warned that Donald Trump's statements pointed to a "dangerous" figure emerging on the world stage if he won the US presidency.
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