The UN Refugee Agency’s annual Global Trends study found 68.5 million people had been driven from their homes across the world at the end of 2017.
Thursday the 31st of May we spoke about the future prospects for Syrians in the region and in their own country. Listen to this debate.
The revolution in Syria begins when a hundred people take to the streets in early 2011.
Tamil rebels launch a battle to create their own state and carry out regular attacks, including suicide attacks. The army hits back hard.
The revolutionary way in which IS uses the media probably contributes significantly to its presence and influence.
Driven by the violence of civil wars and terrorism, and attracted by the prospect of a better life, hundreds of thousands of people have since 2013 fled to Europe, mostly from the Middle East and...