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Thousands spill out of the overcrowded Moria facility into makeshift shelters. Aid workers say there has been little preparation for winter.
The country, which has suffered more than its fair share of trauma – as a result of war, Ebola, and poverty – has 45,000 traditional healers but only two psychiatrists.
Heavy rains have displaced hundreds of thousands of people across South Sudan. In the eastern town of Pibor, the needs are stark.
Refugee teachers say they’re filling a crucial gap. But they’re doing it with little help from aid groups despite a shortage of qualified instructors in Bangladesh’s camps.
Why this Dutch aid worker is testifying today against a proposed counter-terror law.
Chancellor Angela Merkel’s 2015 decision to welcome around one million refugees and asylum seekers has led to mixed fortunes four years on.
More than a million people were uprooted by ethnic violence last year in southern Ethiopia. The government is telling people to go home, but reconciliation is proving a far more difficult journey.
As Sidama looks to become Ethiopia’s newest region, some fear a broader push for ethnic recognition could lead to the break-up of the country.
Weeks of heavy rain have left large parts of conflict-scarred Bangui, a city of one million people, underwater.