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More than three million people have left Venezuela since 2015. For many, the first stop, in border town Cúcuta, is a harsh reality check.
Due to their perceived affiliation with the old autocratic regime, people in the Tigray region are afraid of being targeted by association.
Aid groups are preparing for a new round of funding. But in city-sized refugee camps, emergency needs are morphing into long-term problems.
In a war that has killed tens of thousands, meet the former boy scout and community activist turned body collector
As Venezuela and the US lock horns, aid groups try to avoid being pulled into a political tug-of-war while helping the hungry and the sick.
The combination of climate change impacts, political protests, and the soaring cost of living is destroying a fragile, agro-based economy.
Are security checks being prioritised over medical help, leading to unnecessary deaths?
Principles to protect the rights of internally displaced people were outlined more than 20 years ago. It’s time to start following them.
Venezuela’s de facto opposition representative in Geneva tells IRIN about behind-the-scenes efforts to get assistance into the country.
Tens of thousands of refugees who escaped a wave of attacks now need assistance, but not everyone who flees across the border finds safety.