A series of canvases by Alaa Albaba symbolize refugees as fish. Read more about Painting in a refugee camp, dreaming of the sea
The family of Niraz Saied keep dreaming that they will see him alive and free. Read more about Where is the photographer of Yarmouk?
A boy and his mother were slain when a car carrying civilians was shelled. Read more about Civilians killed in strikes on Palestinian camp in Syria
Palestinian refugees who fled Syria to Lebanon live on the margins, their future insecure. Read more about Suspended between hope and hardship
On the Bride’s Side traverses across Europe and beyond the “refugee crisis” headlines. Read more about Can a man pay $1,000 for his death?
Several refugee camps have been destroyed and depopulated in nearly five years of violence. Read more about Catastrophe for Syrians and Palestinians alike in war-ravaged country
Aeham Ahmed left after Islamic State fighters destroyed his instrument. Read more about Pianist flees Yarmouk camp for Germany
An uneasy truce has been brokered after fighting between armed groups in Ein al-Hilweh refugee camp. Read more about Double displacement: Palestinians flee violence in Syria, then Lebanon
Rate increase is the first seen in Gaza in 50 years. Read more about Infant mortality soars in Gaza after eight years of Israeli siege
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon delisted refugee camp from tally of besieged areas in Syria. Read more about Yarmouk siege lifted on paper but still "hell" on the ground