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It's been a long, dangerous journey, so Ali Jaffari first thought it was a scam when a Greek friend offered his family a room at a three-star hotel in Athens.
An Ethiopian expat worries for his homeland as drought and climate change threaten to trigger another famine.
In Zacualpa, some residents take out a loan and head north in search of a better life. But they don't all make it and some go missing.
Shahram Rafizadeh is an Iranian poet living in exile outside Toronto. He still watches political events closely back home in Iran, and he’s holding out hope for change.
The devastating quake hit on April 25, 2015, killing almost 9,000 people and leaving many thousands homeless.
“If there was a hope I would get asylum soon, I would have stayed. But there was no hope.”
Shreesha lost her home in Nepal's 2015 earthquake, but she has managed to stay in school. Now she just needs the other kids to stop taunting her for being homeless.
Researchers say roughly a third of all the food we produce is never eaten. In Paris, a new restaurant is taking a small slice out of all that waste.
Twenty-eight-year-old Ocean Vuong speaks of his experience coming from Vietnam to the US in his debut poetry collection "Night Sky with Exit Wounds."
The groundbreaking New Delhi center supports survivors medically, legally, emotionally and financially.
Artists Falko One, Wisetwo and Vajo are working to get Africa's graffiti community more visibility.
"My message to the Saudi coalition: Please stop killing. We have kids. We are human beings like you. This is not a game."
The European Union is preparing to send thousands of asylum seekers back to Turkey. One of them is a man who worked with the US military in Iraq.
Lebanon was a relatively welcoming place to Syrian refugees when the war started five years ago. Not so much anymore. Three Syrian women tell their stories.
Mohammed Salman, who is from Syria, is helping start up a program for refugees at the Free University of Brussels.
Unlike Marvel's Storm character from its X-Men series and Black Panther, who both hail from the fictional country of Wakanda in Africa, Jide Martin’s characters are truly African-born.
Brazil's largest city is coming out of a drought, but its impact wasn't all bad. One woman saw it as an opportunity to empower women and bring her community together.
Developers of a new app, Walk Freely, hope it will help solve Kosovo’s sexual harassment problem.
The TV show "Black Comedy" is a breakout hit in Australia. Co-writer Nakkiah Lui says the secret to its success is that it invites white Australians in for a laugh.
After 23 years in the Dadaab camp, Abdullah "Fish" Hassan escaped due to violence, but his daughters are still refugees there.
Hundreds of public schools in Brazil have gardens where kids grow their own vegetables. And the schools say it's changing the way kids think about the food they eat.