Data privacy and civil liberty concerns are mounting over the potential for misuse of biometric information provided by migrants to the EU.
For 10 months, Kleinfeld chronicled the upheaval to civilians’ lives and livelihoods as violence spread through the Sahel, killing thousands and displacing hundreds of thousands more.
Lives, relationships, and meals in one neighbourhood of Lebanese, Palestinians, and Syrians who have opted for community over division.
From Congo to Canada: how a potentially game-changing Ebola vaccine was developed.
The same vaccine helped to quickly contain an outbreak last year, so why is it proving so hard to halt the spread of the virus now?
Aid groups warn of ‘avoidable deaths’ as inaccessible clinics, conservative beliefs, and misinformation push pregnant women to forgo healthcare.
For 10 months The New Humanitarian has been on the ground reporting as a surge in violence rips through West Africa. Here’s what we found.
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Violence by jihadists, ethnic militias, and state security forces has displaced hundreds of thousands of people this year. Few saw it coming.
The Ebola outbreak in Congo joins Mozambique, Syria, and Yemen on the world’s emergency priority list. What difference will it make?
Facing high illiteracy rates and myriad languages in Bangladesh’s refugee camps, a UN mission is trying a new tactic to improve communication.
The detention of the former logistics officer in Ukraine follows a three-year US investigation into multi-million-dollar aid fraud.
Here’s a collection of our recent coverage highlighting recent policies in Europe to deter migrants and what it means for those affected.
Ten years of UN-backed talks have brought no resolution for 224,000 ethnic Georgians living in exile a quarter century after the war.