World Refugee Day
For Abdullah, India was the land of religious brotherhood, Bollywood, and Divya Bharti.
Using Google Translate and the universal language of the stove, women from different countries find a common tongue.
For World Refugee Day, Ai Weiwei placed thousands of refugee life jackets in the windows of Copenhagen’s Kunsthal Charlottenborg.
Students at the UK's oldest university are giving refugees a chance for an education.
Contrary to conventional wisdom, refugees welcomed to the United States come from all over the world, represent a diversity of religions, and are invariably hard-working and successful.
In June 2012, widespread violence between Buddhists and Muslims in Myanmar's Rakhine State led to the displacement of 145,000 people. Five years later, nearly 100,000 still reside in camps on the outskirts of the capital.
A soft-spoken Yazidi couple, Suleiman Khalf Kajo and his wife, Khabshe, have lived in a refugee camp in northern Syria with their family since fleeing ISIS in August 2014.
Drought and terrorism have displaced countless people in Somalia, including 8-year-old Falastine Mohamed Ahmed.
As the global refugee displacement burden grows - with 10 million new people displaced in 2016 alone - the call for long-term solutions from the international community only grows louder.
Among the crowd rallying in downtown Seattle on Jan. 29 were Emtisal and Ahmed Bazara, refugees from Syria. Their two older children had been barred from entering the United States because of President Trump's executive order.