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Refugees question how their names wound up on a repatriation list, as the two-year anniversary of Myanmar’s Rohingya purge approaches.
It has been more than five years since most of the world committed to be mine-free by 2025. Many countries won’t meet that deadline.
Armed clashes leave behind dangerous explosives, pushing young people to flee their villages – and creating new threats for displaced families returning home.
Today’s deadline for Syrians without proper papers to leave Istanbul has pushed families into hiding and emptied a once-vibrant neighbourhood.
Aid workers and analysts say the ruling party is trying to whitewash its image ahead of next year’s elections, but half the country has malaria and needs are going unmet.
For World Humanitarian Day, a reflection on risk and resilience among aid workers.
Rwanda’s offer to receive 500 migrants and refugees from Libya is a short-term fix with a political price.
The finding follows a TNH report in May 2018 detailing allegations of widespread corruption and exploitation of refugees involving UNHCR staff in Khartoum.
A public-private financing concept promises a win-win alliance between donors and social investors to fund transformative aid projects. But it’s complicated, and off to a slow start.
For thousands of Syrians languishing for years in the deteriorating desert camp, return to areas controlled by President Bashar al-Assad is still worse than staying.