The 4 indigenous Montagnards who fled to the Kingdom from Vietnam have returned.
The UN says it has registered +250,000 Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, providing many with their first ever identification cards.
45 Cambodian refugees convicted for crimes in the US are facing deportation.
(WHO) warns that migrants may be susceptible to chronic diseases due to poverty.
As the rubbish built up on the rubble of Mogadishu’s wrecked streets, Ahmed Abdullahi saw a business opportunity.
UNHCR welcomes Ethiopia’s historic new refugee law.
When her first child – a daughter – was born, Pa Pa Win dreamed of a grand wedding for her many years down the line, with a big celebration in their village in Myanmar’s Mon state.
Tanzania vows to continue strengthening its relationship with the UNHCR.
Cyprus is bracing for a new influx of refugees following the pullout of US troops from their present positions in Syria.
A lawyer with the Asian Law Caucus in the United States has expressed concern that the Kingdom could see a further increase in deportees for 2019 as the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency ramps up the deportation of Cambodian refugees.
Myanmar and Asean vowe to repatriate displaced persons from Bangladesh.
The UN General Assembly is set to endorse the Global Compact on Refugees, a week after a similar accord for migrants.
The US Department of Homeland Security is set to deport 46 Cambodian refugees convicted of crimes in the United States on Monday, an attorney for the group said yesterday.
Indonesians displaced by quakes and tsunami are in dire need of 18,000 shelter tents.
South Korea grants temporary stay permits to 339 Yemeni refugees.
More irregular immigrants arrived in Cyprus causing the authorities of the eastern Mediterranean island to express concern.
Syria’s foreign minister tells the UN General Assembly on Saturday that the country was ready for the voluntary return of refugees.
It seems not all of Myanmar’s most recent Rohingya refugees went to Bangladesh. Some sought a different sanctuary, escaping to India to join thousands of other Rohingya who fled from earlier crackdowns by the Myanmar government.
UNHCR recommends thousands of refugees be directed to the capital for safety.
Venezuela’s government said migratory patterns out of the OPEC nation are “normal”.
Around 16,000 Syrians illegally residing in Lebanon returned to their homeland.
By 2030, most of the world’s poor will live in regions suffering from some form of ‘fragility’ forcing millions to flee their homes.
A bleak future combined with barriers to work and education is a recipe for disaster for refugees in Indonesia. But some enterprising souls have found ways out of the doldrums. DW’s Gemima Harvey reports from Jakarta.
Russia uses a guarded communications channel with US’s top general to cooperate to rebuild Syria and repatriate refugees.
Russia’s Defence Ministry has proposed cooperating with the US on Syrian refugees.
About 1.2 million Syrian refugees have returned to their homes since September 2015, when Russia launched an operation against “terrorists” in Syria.
Some Rohingya refugees who fled from Myanmar are finding work in the fishing industry in neighboring Bangladesh, earning a tiny daily income and occasional share of the catch, all under the official radar.
Safety and “identity” need to be in place for Rohingya Muslim refugees who return.
A deal with Australia to resettle refugees from Nauru island comes to an end in August.
Myanmar official says the country is willing to take back all 700,000 Rohingya refugees.