Deaths through famine and lack of medical attention in the country are being aggravated as UN Refugee Agency relief operations are just one per cent funded.
Abdel Moein and his family were among hundreds of Syrian refugees whose lives were put on hold after an executive order, since stayed, suspended U.S. resettlement.
Images of UNHCR buses in Greece selected for prestigious exhibit at London's National Portrait Gallery
Families risk their lives to escape an extremist-held area of Iraq's second largest city, as UNHCR prepares for fresh exodus ahead of an expected offensive.
An exhibition of drawings by artists Shergo Musa and Nazli Abdou in Skopje portrays the experiences, hopes and fears of their family and fellow refugees.
UNHCR launches campaign to highlight dangers to thousands of people – most from Ethiopia and Somalia – who continue head to Yemen despite the raging conflict.
Filippo Grandi urges developed countries to show generosity to those fleeing conflict or risk undermining principle of solidarity.
Agency steps up plans to respond to expected spike in numbers fleeing renewed fighting.
Nearly four months after violent incidents drove them from Myanmar to Bangladesh, Rohingya women and children are living precariously with limited assistance and fears of deportation.
Shocked by scale of devastation, Grandi calls for massive investment and for efforts to secure lasting peace.
Fleeing residents highlight danger, lack of food and water for hundreds of thousands of civilians who remain trapped in militant-held areas of Iraq's second largest city.
Highly experienced crews of the Phoenix and its sister vessel have rescued about 33,000 people from the Mediterranean since 2014.
Filippo Grandi witnesses 'immense' scale of urgent humanitarian and reconstruction needs.
Displaced residents of Syria's war-ravaged city seek employment as a first step towards returning to normal life.