The Turkish Red Crescent handed out winter humanitarian aid packs to at least 150 orphans and their families in a refugee camp in northern Iraq on Nov. 26.
Two men were in hospital on Tuesday after being injured in a brawl at a state-run migrant center in northern Greece.
Doctors at Thessaloniki's Ippokratio Hospital said that the two men, identified only as Iraqi and Iranian nationals, had been stabbed with a sharp implement but their condition was not considered serious.
Rohingya Muslims who fled persecution in Myanmar and found shelter in refugee camps in Bangladesh have said they do not want to go back, with some even going into hiding out of fear of being sent back this week. Click through for İdris Emen's story in photos...
A team behind the Paris-based Yesterday-Today-Tomorrow, YTT, research and educational project has collaborated with thousands of refugees in over 30 camps and squats across Europe and North Africa, collecting their voices.
'Today' by a 13-year-old Iraqi-Kurd boy currently living in Kara Tepe Refugee Camp, Lesbos Island, Greece. Photo: courtesy of YTT
A month after Kumi Naidoo took over at the helm of Amnesty International, the humanitarian organization's new secretary-general visited the refugee camps on the Greek island of Lesvos in the northeastern Aegean. In spite of his long experience in the struggle for human rights, the Durban-born Naidoo was shocked at the living conditions he encountered at the facilities.