By Associated Press
Millions of Afghans are in crisis. Here are some ways to help.
By Hannah Grabenstein
The U.N. refugee agency is gearing up for as many as half a million people or more to flee from Afghanistan in a “worst-case scenario” in the coming months.
Thousands of Afghan refugees are being evacuated to the United States. Here's how you can help.
By Chloe Jones
Pro-refugee groups allege the Greek coast guard is endangering migrants in the Aegean Sea and breaching international law with a new aggressive migration policy that involves pushing them back towards Turkish waters. Critics also accuse the European Union of ignoring…
By Malcolm Brabant, Daphne Tolis
By Iliana Mier, Elena Becatoros, Associated Press
Some asylum-seekers on the Greek island of Lesbos moved into temporary tent housing Saturday, part of the thousands left homeless after fires destroyed the notoriously overcrowded Moria migrant camp.
By Larisa Epatko
Despite peace agreements and efforts to address a growing refugee crisis, the number of people forcibly displaced around the world continued to climb last year, according to a U.N. report issued Monday.
After seeing how refugees are vetted, some readers asked us to go back even further in the process and explain how cases are referred to the U.S. in the first place.
When President Donald Trump signed an executive order last month suspending the U.S. refugee program in order to implement more “extreme vetting,” PBS NewsHour viewers asked us what the current vetting process is.
Tens of thousands of Iraqis are fleeing the brutal battle to retake Mosul from Islamic State fighters. And relief organizations are learning they need to navigate ethnic tensions, along with booby trapped terrain, in their efforts to help.
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