This Independence Day, everyday Americans are showing that welcoming is an integral part of our nation's values.
There's no way Ukraine and the EU can replace all of its Russian gas needs before winter hits.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees asserts that "successful economic adjustment remains one of the most pressing challenges" for refugees.
The global situation for refugees has only deteriorated — and eight months into the federal fiscal year, the U.S. refugee resettlement program is on track to resettle fewer than 19,000 individuals this year, far from that 125,000 ceiling.
Russia's Black Sea blockade of Ukraine grain is meant to "generate refugees" from North Africa, Yale historian Timothy Snyder argued Saturday.
Since President Biden made a public commitment in March to welcome 100,000 Ukrainian refugees, the U.S. has only admitted about 27,000,
The solutions to educate displaced students and accommodate their unique learning needs aren't as difficult as you might think. In fact, we've already been employing some of them for years.
"There has to be more activity in terms of supporting all Ukrainians," a refugee said. "Life in one nation must be as important as life in every nation."
From one Reddit anecdote to a worldwide debate about the third-largest country in the European Union—why can't the internet stop discussing Sweden?
Perseya, a Pomeranian, had a heartwarming reunion with her owner following a 28-day rabies quarantine at the San Diego Humane Society.
A Syrian refugee who fled to England and became a doctor nine years ago is now using his annual leave to treat Ukraine refugees and war victims.
"When are we going to see formula in the mouths of babies in America without any stress in terms of getting it?" Mika Brzezinski asked the U.S. surgeon general.
"When my children ask me what I did to resist my country's invasion of an innocent neighbor, I want to be able to look them in the eye," Russian volunteer says.
The Ukrainian family was "exhausted and emotionally broken," the toddler's mom said, after spending their nights in nine different places since war broke out.
More than sixty percent of GOP voters say they support the president's new program for accepting in the U.S. up to 100,000 Ukrainian refugees.
Granting temporary refuge to people whose country was invaded by a malevolent, expansionist neighbor is the right thing to do—but it must be done lawfully.
Narelle Guthrie has traveled to the Polish border and into Ukraine to help people find sanctuary in the United Kingdom.
The two moms have created a make-shift family of five, with their children now settling in, and they are communicating using Google Translate.
Since Russian President Vladimir Putin's war against Ukraine began on February 24, some 4.9 million Ukrainians have fled for neighboring countries, according to the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR).
This Easter, as part of festivities, you can donate to charities like the World Food Program, CARE, CRS, Mercy Corps, Action Against Hunger, Save the Children, Edesia and others fighting global hunger.
Most of Ukraine's 11 million displaced people want to return, but it's unclear how much will be left if they do.
Groups have met around the country in recent weeks to show their gratitude by cleaning up parks and other public places.
Newsweek spoke to two Ukrainians who after Russia invaded, faced the dilemma of whether to stay or go.
"Obviously, I have nothing against them housing refugees but I am a bit taken aback," the holiday-maker said.
Oliwia Dabrowska starred as the "girl in the red coat" in the 1993 film aged 3. She is now providing aid to Ukrainian refugees.
Ukraine is known as 'Europe's breadbasket,' but the war has turned the country 'from a breadbasket to a bread line' for millions of its people.