In his new book, We Wait for a Miracle, Zaman tells how about the struggle for health care by forcibly displaced people — refugees, the internally displaced, the stateless.
Despite being welcomed by European neighbors, for most Ukrainians, it's not enough to build a new life. Many are caught in a cycle of repeated uprooting, displacement and return.
In a camp in Gaziantep and in makeshift settlements in the fields around it, survivors of Monday's quake say they do not have enough food, water, heating or basic amenities to keep themselves alive.
The war there is responsible — and makes it difficult just to assess the scale of displacement. Details are in a new report from the Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre.
At Christmas, they performed The Nutcracker. As Easter approaches, they and their mom are among millions who've been scattered by violence, separated from their old lives, facing an uncertain future.
More than 4.3 million children have fled their homes in the month since Russia invaded Ukraine, according to UNICEF. It warns that consequences could last for generations to come.
Thousands of Yazidis who were in displacement camps in northern Iraq's Kurdistan Region have returned to Sinjar. "It's a beautiful feeling to be home," says a Yazidi woman who recently arrived.
New images show the scale of the destruction in the rebel stronghold of Idlib, where the United Nations says nearly a million people have been displaced in the last three months.
How do you take care of people who are on the run? Doctors Without Borders is testing a new strategy.
A father of seven had to start over after his family was forced from home by Boko Haram. He found safety and a new job in a camp for displaced persons.