Jehovah's Witnesses in Russia face a tough choice: be persecuted at home or become refugees abroad.
The International Organization for Migration has said that 1,504 people have died this year, with more than half of those deaths occurring since June 1.
Immigration advocate and founder of America's Voice Frank Sharry called the nomination "unbelievable."
The United States cut its contribution to the U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees by 83 percent; officials said the results could soon be disastrous.
Syrians must return home and prove property ownership by May 11.
The government in Pretoria is considering whether to expropriate their farmland without offering compensation.
He once held an official position within the Protestant church.
"We, who know precisely what it's like to be refugees, to be homeless and bereft of a state that preserves and protects us from violence and suffering, cannot comprehend how a Jewish government can expel refugees and asylum seekers to a journey of suffering, torment and death."
"The first thing a refugee asks for upon arrival at a camp is not water or food, but the Wi-Fi password."
Hungarian authorities refused an application from a Nigerian man after he failed a homosexuality test.
The move, while mostly symbolic, is only the latest example of protest against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government.
Israel wants to hire 70 new immigration inspectors to "carry out enforcement tasks against illegal aliens and their employers," including the need to "locate, detain and monitor illegal persons."
The Trump Administration’s decision Monday to end deportation protection for El Salvadoran refugees who fled gang violence and natural disasters will tear apart nearly 200,000 families.
A new project aims to help refugees publish fiction drawing from their experiences of exile.
The Chinese artist and dissident spoke to Newsweek about Trump’s policies, the Guggenheim's decision to pull artwork and how the world has failed refugees.
A new study shows a soaring number of displaced persons while America closes its doors
The U.S. accepted more than double the number of resettled refugees that Canada did in 2016.
The G20 summit needs to issue a global call for effective resettlement policies, education and humanitarian aid.
As China becomes an increasingly active global player, Beijing offers financial support, but not open borders, for refugees, hoping they will return home.
During his election campaign, Trump proposed a blanket ban on Muslims entering the United States.
More than 1.3 million people have been displaced in less than a year, but Congo has received little in the way of aid.