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The refugees are paving new footpaths, building bridges across water, and starting to rebuild their lives.
More than a million people are now clinging to life in drenching heat.
The children need us most.
Art is providing a powerful emotional outlet for a group of child refugees. Youngsters who have settled in southeast England after fleeing unaccompanied from countries such as Syria, Sudan, Eritrea an...
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Foreign correspondent Janine di Giovanni wants you to witness the suffering of fellow humans.
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The attacks injured 560 people, including 43 children, the government says.
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And 2,000 of them came from the seven targeted countries.
The migrants were all adults, mostly from sub-Saharan African countries, and all but three of them were men.
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If you pay attention, history has an eerie way of repeating itself. To drive home that point, UNICEF released a video Friday that draws striking parallels between two refugee crises, more than 70 yea...
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'Funding for Syria remains insufficient to respond to what remains one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world today.'
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Many are left with no option but to attempt the extreme, like cross a river in sub-zero temperatures.
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As 2016 comes to a close, we watch as bloodied and injured civilians evacuate Aleppo; innocent families struggle to survive in the urban war zone of Mosul with no safe escape routes; and refugees cont...
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This year we watched Aleppo, Mosul and the refugee crisis unfold, but there are many other conflict stories that went untold.
The journey across land and sea in search of a better life has never been deadlier. This year, a record number of migrants and refugees died on the journey to Europe, even though the total number of p...
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was so moved to hear a Syrian refugee reflect on his life in Canada that he actually broke down in tears. Trudeau personally greeted Vanig Garabedian, a Syrian O...
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Without those questions being answered, it is impossible to know whether this is a welcome development or an exercise in cynicism.
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They were traveling towards Italy in poorly-made rubber dinghies.
President Hollande is pressing Britain to accept its share of responsibility for the minors.
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Sharbat Gula, who appeared in the iconic "Afghan Girl" image on a National Geographic magazine cover, was arrested in Pakistan for identity fraud on Wednesday. She now faces up to 14 years in prison a...
One in 47 attempting the Libya-Italy route does not survive.
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Thousands of people have no idea where they will end up.
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CALAIS, France, Oct 23 (Reuters) - Aid workers accused France and Britain on Sunday of failing more than 1,300 unaccompanied child migrants whose future remained uncertain just a day before the French...
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UPDATE: Lily Allen Abused For Standing Up For Refugees And Defending Vulnerable Children A tearful Lily Allen has apologised to a teenage Afghan boy "on behalf of my country" after visiting the Jungl...
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None of the nations are rich, and they need help.
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Hungary's referendum on migrant quotas failed to legally exempt the country from resettlement plans.
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The turnout of the vote appears to make the vote invalid.
That includes a serious financial commitment from the U.S.
Organisations had been warning of deplorable conditions and slow-moving asylum claims on Lesbos for months.
Being a teenage girl in Australia is hard enough, but imagine what it must be like to be a teenage girl who has to leave her school, her friends and her war-ravaged home behind.
'This crisis can’t be managed; it has to be resolved.'
Written by Jenifer Toksvig, the poem was inspired by the stories and testimonies of people fleeing their homes and the items they took with them.