Inconvenient as the stories of refugees who returned and found themselves detained and tortured in Syria might be to governments eager to move on, they should not be ignored.
Many Afghans are desperately trying to flee their homeland after the Taliban quickly took control of Afghanistan earlier this month.
Kenya's announcement to close the camps came after Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta met with United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi to discuss the management of refugees within the camps.
The Biden administration needs to establish with Moscow early on that the U.S. will not allow Russia to exploit the principle of state sovereignty to override international humanitarian law and put millions of Syrians and regional stability at further risk.
Yet another reason to be horrified by the Chinese Communist Party's treatment of Uyghurs in Xinjiang.
"Given his state, it was impossible to ask him about his motive, but we imagine that it was the political situation," Geneva police spokesman Silvain Guillaume-Gentil told journalists.
"My brothers and family and the Saudi embassy will be waiting for me in Kuwait," 18-year-old Rahaf al-Qunun warned. "They will kill me."
Israel's prime minister suspended a deal with the U.N. refugee agency to resettle African asylum seekers.
Despite thousands of "spontaneous returns" by displaced Syrians, the United Nations doesn't think the country is safe yet.
If the 65.3 million people were a single population, it would be the world's 21st largest.
Brussels has come under fire from the UNHCR.
George and Amal Clooney meet with Syrian refugee families for the International Rescue Committee, plus videos from UNICEF, the Holocaust Museum and more.
Nearly 400 people have drowned trying to cross from Turkey to Greece by boat this year.
Parliament has reached a majority in favor of refusing asylum to those who commit crimes.
Malala Yousafzai welcomed Syrian fellow schoolgirl-activist Muzoon Almellehan.
The latest estimates include 20.2 million refugees fleeing wars and persecution.
The UNHCR and Council of Europe step in after Hungary launches a national anti-refugee advertising campaign.
A look at why today's U.N appeals have trebled since 2005's $5 billion.
Refugees go through the most stringent background checks of anyone entering the U.S.
Donations can be made through the Airbnb, Kickstarter and Instacart websites.
The tech company has said that the money will support nonprofits such as Doctors Without Borders.
There's an important distinction between the two groups, the U.N. says.