First U.N. special envoy for Somali refugees amid 'asylum fatigue'
Hunger is worsening in Somalia due to poor rains, with five million people now short of food, the U.N. said.
Germany's Merkel says she has not changed course on migrant policy
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-MERKEL:Germany's Merkel says she has not changed course on migrant policy
Police clear out Rome's "Gloomy Street" migrant camp
"Shutting down the camp doesn't solve the problem. There will still be migrants looking for a place to sleep tonight"
100,000 fearful civilians trapped in South Sudan town
Civilians seeking safety from raids flee to Yei, joining tens of thousands there with no means to leave as military operations continue.
100,000 trapped and fearful civilians in South Sudan town
Civilians seeking safety from raids flee to Yei town to join tens of thousands there with no means to leave as military operations continue.
Q&A: The New York Declaration is a "once in a lifetime chance" for refugees
UNHCR's protection chief, Volker Türk, says commitments adopted at UN Summit will revolutionize the international community's engagement with refugees and migrants.
Germany revises down 2015 refugee intake, arrivals slow
So far this year, 210,000 people came to Germany to seek asylum
Migrant pressure builds in Serbia despite tighter border controls
Since July, Serbian border guards have stopped more than 10,000 migrants attempting to cross from Bulgaria and Macedonia
Survivors tell of fights over lifejackets as boat flipped off Egypt
In interviews with UNHCR, survivors recall their horror as a trawler that smugglers packed with up to 500 people capsized, claiming at least 202 lives