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Millions have fled Venezuela’s economic meltdown, but for millions more who remain no part of life remains untouched by the crisis, even death
One in 12 Venezuelans have fled the country, but what of those who remain
Rohingya families live with apartheid-like restrictions, but economic ties still bind the two communities
What do migrant journeys from Africa to Europe and from Central America to the United States have in common? To begin with, the basic inhumanity of the response.
Negotiations may be around the corner, but peace is likely much farther away
An influx of Eritreans is placing new strain on a country that already has almost four million refugees and displaced people to contend with
English lessons, job skills, and a side of social cohesion: after anti-Rohingya violence, grassroots Rakhine activists attempt to build peace
Aid agencies supply warring parties with their GPS coordinates. Does it make them any safer?
A new peace agreement has better chances of success if the four million people displaced by the conflict have a say in what happens next