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Sudan’s state-supported smugglers
Sudan’s state-supported smugglers
Hussein Salman seemed to live a charmed life. Despite driving around in an undocumented car, which attracted nine separate police reports, he was...
Mozambican war victims embrace their new home in Limpopo
Mozambican war victims embrace their new home in Limpopo
Azariah Shihlangu, 77, still wonders how he, his wife and their 10 children made it past the predators of the Kruger National Park when they were...
Displaced Congolese find unlikely refuge in Angola
Displaced Congolese find unlikely refuge in Angola
Thousands of refugees from the Democratic Republic of Congo are fleeing across the border to Angola – even though Angola has not always been a...
Is South Africa home to more than a million asylum-seekers? The numbers don’t add up
Is South Africa home to more than a million asylum-seekers? The numbers don’t add up
A recent report published by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees claims that there are more than a million asylum seekers in...
Eritreans flee camps but find they’re in psychological prisons
Eritreans flee camps but find they’re in psychological prisons
Television journalist Temesghen Debesai had waited years for an opportunity to make his escape from Eritrea, so when the country’s ministry of...
Lake Chad: Where refugees flee from Boko Haram
Lake Chad: Where refugees flee from Boko Haram
I traveled to Baga Sola in Chad last week with Unicef to cover the Nigerian refugee situation around Lake Chad. 
Pilot mobile court launches in Uganda to assist refugees
Pilot mobile court launches in Uganda to assist refugees
The court is based in Nakivale, the country's oldest and largest refugee settlement.
The forgotten: Humanitarian crisis unfolds in CAR
The forgotten: Humanitarian crisis unfolds in CAR
Souleymane Diabate, the head of the United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef) office, shakes his head as he considers the obstacles preventing...
Refugees still fear for their lives
Refugees still fear for their lives
Nearly three years after the xenophobic violence in South African townships, some foreigners are still living in what was meant to be temporary...
War orphans on the run
War orphans on the run
It was when armed men appeared in town that 13-year-old Israel Gbehe knew it was time to run. The town of Toulepleu in Guiglo county, Côte...
Kenya 'endangering lives of Somali refugees'
Kenya 'endangering lives of Somali refugees'
Human rights watchdog Amnesty International on Wednesday accused Kenya of endangering the lives of thousands of Somali refugees who are being...
Zambia's last DRC refugees fear return home
Zambia's last DRC refugees fear return home
Ten years after fleeing war in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Muzungu Makoi says he is still haunted by memories of massacres and refuses to...

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