How the United States treats refugees is one of the greatest tests of the American experiment.
The food of the Zomi people of Myanmar isn’t easy to find in America, even in this city so welcoming to refugees. But this weekend it will move front and center.
The boundary between freedom and oppression is thin.
Some fled to Poland’s capital alone. All feel deeply uneasy about the future. For the young Ukrainians packing into Poland’s capital, a park offers a place where they can try to cope, together.
Thousands of refugees from Ukraine have been sent to so-called filtration camps, where they have been interrogated and then forced to resettle to Russia. Some Ukrainians escaped to Estonia. They told us their stories.
The U.S. president called for concrete commitments on several major issues, but other leaders said the United States is doing too little to meet the moment.
After 11 years of war, Syria has become a cautionary example of what can happen in a conflict with no end in sight, like the one that began 100 days ago in Ukraine.
The grinding conflict in Ukraine has rocked the global order, wrought destruction that “defies comprehension” and shows little sign of ending soon.
The Ukrainian city’s distinctive architecture has made it a world heritage site. Its architects are trying to balance aesthetics with sustainability as it prepares for a long war.
Australia suddenly released migrants held under its tough approach to asylum seekers. While the worst of their ordeal is over, their future remains precarious.
Countries in Europe and the Middle East could see a new surge in refugees if Russia shuts down the last humanitarian convoy route into Syria.
The rollout of the process for some arrivals at the southwestern border will be small, but could represent the tip of broad changes to the asylum system.
With meals often sold out in minutes, United We Eat @Home is transforming how local residents eat and how refugees support themselves.
A plan that allows Britons to sponsor people fleeing the Russian invasion has been plagued by visa delays and safeguarding concerns.
A midlevel Russian diplomat broke ranks and resigned with a scathing statement on the war, and President Volodymyr Zelensky called on world leaders to turn up the pressure.
Ukrainian officials reached out several days ahead of Dr. Biden’s planned four-day tour of Eastern Europe to suggest a meeting with the Ukrainian first lady. The East Wing took the chance.
The first lady is also scheduled to tour the Slovakian border with Ukraine, becoming the latest high-profile Biden administration official to come close to the conflict zone.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Turkey will build homes, schools, hospitals and more in northern Syria, but experts question whether refugees will return willingly.
More than 30 schools, teaching tens of thousands of Rohingya students, were closed in Bangladesh, where officials are said to have feared the schools would encourage the refugees to stay permanently.
The government’s proposal has led to recriminations from rights groups, and anxiety among migrants who fear being sent away.
Most people in the United States are eligible to sponsor Ukrainian migrants under a program the Biden administration established on Monday. Here’s how it works.
Warsaw gladly and proudly accepted 300,000 Ukrainians fleeing the war. But as the Polish capital braces for a new wave of refugees, its mayor warns that the city is “at capacity.”
Under a policy designed to protect young refugees from trafficking, Ukrainian children are being temporarily removed from caretakers who are not their parents.
In Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C., established Afghan restaurateurs are reaching out to help refugees fleeing the return of the Taliban.
Britain’s new plan to send thousands of asylum seekers to Rwanda exposes the fragile nature of the global refugee compact, which has always fallen prey to domestic politics.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a plan to send some of those seeking refuge to the central African country. What effect would the change have?
Federal health guidelines limit the entry of pets from countries like Ukraine with a high incidence of rabies. For some refugees, the rule has been devastating.
Britain says it will fly many refugees thousands of miles to the central African country for processing and resettlement, a significant hardening of migration policy.
The war in Ukraine has led to familiar, but heightened, problems for women.
Some people seeking refuge in Britain would be flown thousands of miles to the central African country, a significant hardening of migration policy.
A wave of displaced women and children into Poland is forcing the country to address its lack of protections for working women.
The country’s teachers are doing their best to provide lessons for the millions of school-age children whose education has been interrupted.
A mother who wrote emergency contact information on her 2-year-old’s back has become a voice for countless Ukrainian parents forced to do the same.
Ukraine’s cultural capital, the western city of Lviv, is trying to adjust to being on the fringes of war and at the center of massive displacement.
More than 2,000 have reached the U.S. border with Mexico, where an expected spike in migration from other countries will raise tough questions: Who gets priority?
A growing number of families, convinced the war could last for years, have decided that facing danger at home is better than life as a refugee.
My father fled Vietnam only to spend the rest of his life in American factories helping shore up the same military that had set our family adrift.
The response to Ukrainian refugees is a test of European solidarity.
Once again, Russia has become a pariah spreading lies and death.
Angela Merkel is no longer chancellor. But as war rages in Ukraine, a mere 10-hour drive from Berlin, female ministers oversee national security.
We follow Iryna, one of those scrambling to find refuge after the Russian invasion.
Some 12,000 Afghans who fled to Britain have been living in hotels for months awaiting permanent housing. This has raised questions about the country’s ability to take in many more escaping Ukraine.
She was not quite 11 when train convoys organized by a London stockbroker carried her and hundreds of other Jewish children from Czechoslovakia on the eve of World War II.
His comment came as he visited a stadium in Warsaw where the Polish authorities are assisting the waves of people who are fleeing Ukraine.
Even before the war, the country struggled with epidemics of H.I.V., tuberculosis and hepatitis. The conflict threatens to undo decades of progress.
Moldova, one of Europe’s smallest and poorest countries, has taken in more than 100,000 refugees from Ukraine. But Moldova’s ability to protect them is reaching a breaking point.
Under the arrangement, first offered in 2013, New Zealand will take in 150 refugees a year for three years from Australia’s widely criticized detention system.
Most Ukrainians seeking refuge in Israel are non-Jews. Some Israelis see a moral imperative to take them in, but others see a threat to the country’s Jewish character.
Przemysl’s history has been intertwined with war. This time, like much of Poland, it wants to do things differently.
Readers urge actions to address the refugee and food crises caused by the Ukraine war. Also: Russian soldiers; essential workers; prison time; donating ties.