A refugee prays on a hill overlooking Kutupalong camp after another Rohingya burial.
A month after fleeing Myanmar, vast majority of refugees live in informal camps and spontaneous settlements.
Five athletes have travelled to Turkmenistan to take part in the biggest sporting event in the region.
At a Bangladesh refugee camp, those who fled Myanmar in the 1990s give food, shelter and clothing to new arrivals in greatest need.
Thousands of Rohingya refugees living in an informal settlement in Bangladesh need shelter, food and water.
In first UNHCR-assisted spontaneous return movement, 133 refugees departed for Somalia
Thousands of Rohingya fleeing Myanmar violence are filling Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh, stretching resources.
As violence escalates across Central African Republic, thousands are forced to leave everything behind.
The old and sick are among the most vulnerable of the estimated 370,000 Rohingya who fled violence in Myanmar. Many are carried to Bangladesh by relatives.
UNHCR calls for education of refugees to be a fundamental element in humanitarian response.
Grandi calls on Hungary to improve access for people seeking asylum and to do away with its so-called border "transit zones".
An estimated 313,000 men, women and children fleeing violence in Myanmar overwhelm relief capacity in Bangladesh.
UNHCR estimates that 1.4 million people have been displaced as a result of conflict in the previously peaceful region.
An estimated 164,000 men, women and children have fled violence in Myanmar's northern Rakhine state in the past two weeks, many in fishing boats.
UNHCR spokesperson Vivian Tan describes the desperation of refugees escaping violence in Myanmar.