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Where Are We Right Now?

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An RI team is in Kenya to assess the impact of the government's crackdown on Somali refugees.

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DR Congo: North Kivu's Long, Rocky Road to Stability

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Read RI's latest field report on this protracted crisis.

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Mexico's Unseen Victims

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Read RI's first-ever report on displacement caused by organized crime in Mexico.

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DR Congo: Katanga in Crisis

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Read our new field report on this overlooked emergency.

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South Sudan: On the Precipice

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Read our field report on the response to the displacement crisis in South Sudan.

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Tough Times for Syrian Refugees in Egypt

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Read RI's field report on one of the region's most neglected Syrian populations.

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Central African Republic: No Time to Lose

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Read our field report on the humanitarian response to the ongoing violence in the CAR.

from our blog

July 28
Jeff Crisp
Violations of international refugee law are taking place every day and in every part of the world. And yet there is very little reaction to such incidents.

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For decades, Kenya has provided a safe haven to thousands of refugees from neighboring countries fleeing war, persecution, and famine. But growing insecurity within Kenya, including terrorist attacks by the Somalia-based terrorist group Al Shabab, have triggered xenophobic responses.

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South Sudan is on the verge of a catastrophic humanitarian crisis. Ongoing conflict since mid-December 2013 has forced more than a million people from their homes. Tens of thousands of these displaced are seeking shelter on UN bases across the country. At one site in the capital Juba, UN Tomping, the cramped living space and flood-prone land make for a disastrous scenario.