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A revitalised agreement is the latest in a string of failed peace attempts. Is this new deal any different, and will it hold?
A peace deal shakily holds but, after five years of conflict, 400,000 people are dead, 4.5 million are displaced and many still live in fear
There's been uproar, especially in Europe, over the UN's just-adopted migration compact. Is it merited, and what does the deal actually do?
Dangerous attempts to reach Cyprus by sea show how Syrians feel increasingly trapped in Lebanon as pressure to return home grows
Crises in countries like Syria and Venezuela are requiring aid groups to learn to deal with chronic ailments like diabetes and high blood pressure
Colombia is loath to set up permanent camps for those fleeing Venezuela, but humanitarian needs are growing
Local groups are helping South Sudanese get a fresh start after five years of civil war
Thousands of new arrivals were already being cut from services, an IRIN investigation found, and the new measures will add some of the most vulnerable
As the warring parties meet in Sweden, here’s what 44 months of war has meant for millions of Yemenis 5,000 kilometres away
Unlike other parts of the crisis-hit country, the mining town of El Callao is booming, but so is disease