The U.N. warned India risked breaking international laws on the return of refugees or asylum seekers to a country where they could be harmed.
South Sudan's warring leaders signed another peace deal last month, but while the political elites prepare to carve up power once again, hunger and fighting continue far from the capital.
Despite the widespread insecurity in Yemen, over 200,000 migrants - primarily from countries in the Horn of Africa - have transversed the Red Sea to Yemen’s coast in the last two years.
Nearly two million people have fled Venezuela's economic and political crisis since 2015, according to the United Nations.
EU leaders have agreed to open talks with Egypt and other north African countries as "an important further step" to curb migration to Europe.
Humanitarian organizations that work with refugees are pushing back against a proposal from the Trump administration to reduce refugee admission into the United States in Fiscal Year 2019.
Bangladesh will next month start moving 100,000 Rohingya refugees to a remote island, despite warnings the silty strip is prone to violent weather.
More people have been internally displaced in East Africa this year than in any region, new figures from the Internal Displacement Monitoring Center show.
The new U.N. rights chief decried crackdowns on minorities in countries like Myanmar and China and urged Western countries to respect migrant rights.
Workers at a camp for migrants on the Greek island of Lesbos said Friday they will go on strike to protest overcrowding.
Aid group Doctors Without Borders urged the evacuation of thousands of migrants trapped in detention centers in Libya's capital Tripoli.
Madrid estimates that 10,000 minor migrants are on Spanish soil alone without their parents and has unblocked $46.5 million for regions willing to welcome them.
Years of hostility between the Assamese Hindu majority and the Bengali-speaking Muslims may result in a conflict after four million people have been stripped of their Indian citizenship.
Riots and hunger strikes have broken out in refugee detainment centers in Libya as conditions there have deteriorated.
Rohingya children are being denied access to basic education. Experts warn this could lead to a "lost generation" unable to contribute to society.
Many Iraqi IDPs do not seek to leave camps to return home anytime within the next three months, citing a need for more security.
United Nations investigators called for an international probe and prosecution of Myanmar's army chief for genocide against Rohingya.