The clowns are providing much-needed levity in the crowded camps, where hundreds of thousands of traumatised children spend long days in bleak conditions.
Songs ring out across Yangon as tens of thousands rally in defence of Myanmar’s army.
Zekarias Mesfin spent months making a movie about his dangerous illegal migration from Ethiopia – and when he arrived at the film’s premiere, he was in a coffin carried by six white-gloved pallbearers.
Some 582,000 Rohingya refugees have now fled Myanmar for Bangladesh since late August, warning thousands more are still stranded.
Wild elephants killed four Rohingya refugees including children as they built a shack.
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has brought the fruits of his labour to New York City, scattering over 300 works across the metropolis.
Myanmar has torched homes, crops and villages to keep Rohingya from returning.
Bangladesh guards report more than 11,000 Rohingya refugees crossing into their country.
Chauka, Please Tell us the Time, which had its international premiere at the London Film Festival, offers a glimpse into daily life at a detention complex on Manus Island.
Bangladesh police are searching for a man who defied a ban and married a Rohingya refugee.
Angela Merkel takes steps to forming a government by uniting her conservative camp.
An asylum-seeker being held on one of Australia’s remote Pacific island camps is found dead, in a suspected suicide.
At least 6,000 Rohingya civilians are stranded near the border with Bangladesh.
Farhad Noory lives in a refugee camp in Belgrade with his parents and two younger brothers for the past eight months, in that time his paintings have made him a star.