A report from the United Nations refugee agency says that the global displacement crisis is worsening by practically every metric. A refugee's chances of returning home is at its lowest point in more than three decades.
Displaced persons now number more than 1 million in Ukraine and volunteer organizations are popping up to help.
Somalia is not exactly a safe haven, but this week it saw the arrival of the first small exodus of Yemeni refugees fleeing the worsening fighting in their own country.
At least 25 people were killed and dozens injured Monday in northwestern Yemen when an airstrike hit a UN-run camp for refugees and internally displaced people.
The massacre at Baga was only the latest in a long line of Boko Haram atrocities, and the situation for the displaced survivors is getting worse.
The Sunni militants made significant gains today, displacing tens of thousands and leaving Kurdish and Iraqi forces scrambling to respond.
The IDF warns Gazans to evacuate with leaflets and text messages — but in the crammed strip, there are few safe options.
Which sounds worryingly familiar.
Sittwe, the capital of Burma's restive Rakhine state, is a town divided. Or, put more accurately, segregated, thanks to the majority Buddhist Rakhine people developing a passion for beating, raping, and murdering members of the local Muslim Rohingya...