Prohibited from working, refugees at the overcrowded Dzaleka camp have been surviving on minimal food rations due to donor cutbacks.
People holed up in a grim Calais camp could no doubt identify with the tortured Danish prince during a performance by actors from Shakespeare’s Globe.
In the eyes of our politicians, our old welfare state is more important for the majority of Danish voters than solidarity with the world
EU says the country is not following the rules in its processing of thousands of refugees
Failed asylum seekers get no chance to appeal and risk 'freezing to death' if they're deported to Russia
The influx of immigrants will have a positive effect on the GDP of European countries as long as leaders can get migrants into jobs.
A financing study commissioned for the World Humanitarian Summit in May urges an entirely new approach to help the rising number of poor.
A festival at a camp for the displaced in Malawi affirms the dignity of those seeking refuge there.
Rumours and confusion are growing as European leaders show little will to manage the thousands of desperate people fleeing bitter, deadly conflict.
What are Turkish journalists doing? About two to four years' hard labour.
The abandoned Berlin Tempelhof airport, famous for its use during the Berlin airlift in 1948, was earmarked to house up to 1?200 refugees.
The tabloid's explicit use of a drowned boy underscores its baffling welcome to the refugees.
EU Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has unveiled a plan for sharing refugees among the bloc to ease the burden on border states.
Aylan’s father, Abdullah, said he hoped the death of his family would encourage Arab states to help Syrian refugees.
Thousands of exhausted migrants received a hero's welcome Sunday as they streamed into Western Europe.
Egyptian billionaire Naguib Sawiris has offered to buy an island off Greece or Italy and develop it to help refugees from Syria and other conflicts.
European countries are turning on one another as growing border chaos tests the limits of diplomacy.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has warned that the wave of migrants are mostly Muslim and threaten to undermine Europe's Christian roots.
About 2 500 Burundians are fleeing into Tanzania every week, overwhelming aid agencies who say refugee facilities had now reached "breaking point".