refugees

Palestinian and Syrian refugees go on hunger strike in Egyptian jail

Crackdown “a result of a shift in Egypt’s foreign policy on Syria” following July 2013 coup, says monitoring group.

Violence prevents food aid to Yarmouk, where refugees live on one meal per day

United Nations says it has been unable to successfully deliver aid since 6 December.

UN halts aid to Gaza homeless after funding shortfall

Palestinians in Gaza reminded yet again that they are left to fend for themselves.

Denying our right to return is an offense against justice

Nael Bitarie
15 January 2015

My family was forced to leave Palestine in 1948; I was forced to leave Syria 64 years later.

A community torn apart: the Palestinians of Nahr al-Bared

Ray Smith
Nahr al-Bared refugee camp
25 November 2014

The reconstruction of the refugee camp in north Lebanon is running out of funds.

New short film reflects brutal life of Palestinian refugees in Greece

Mahdi Fleifel’s Xenoz shows ugly truth about Palestinians living on Europe’s streets.

The Month in Pictures: October 2014

6 November 2014

A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine.

The legendary piano of Yarmouk

Someday the Palestinians and Syrians who survived the war will tell stories about what happened in the besieged refugee camp. This is one of them.

Palestinians fleeing Syria charged $400 per month to rent garages in Beirut

Moe Ali Nayel
Beirut
18 September 2014

Children of many Palestinian refugees face being denied education over the coming school year.

Veteran Gaza writer releases first translated poems

Abdul Karim Sabawi, author of the Canaan Quartet, issues free e-book.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - refugees