displaced persons

A Syrian boy clears snow from the entrance of a tent in the Syrian refugees camp of al-Hilal in the village of al al-Taybeh near Baalbek in Lebanon's Bekaa valley on January 20, 2022 | Photo: AFP
a displaced Yemeni family outside its shelter in the camp of Al-Suwaidan in the city of Marib, Yemen | Photo: ARCHIVE/UNHCR/Jihad Al-Nahari
Many Afghan families are among the newly displaced, like these people in Kabul | Photo: Jorge Silva / REUTERS
These Afghan women and children fled from violence in their home provinces to Kabul | Photo: Jorge Silva / REUTERS
As the winter months approach, many displaced Afghans, including children, fear for their future | Photo: Reuters/M. Ismail
People stranded at the Pakistani-Afghan border wait for its reopening after it was closed by the Taliban who have taken over the control of the Afghan side of the border at Chaman, Pakistan, 5 October 2021 | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/AKHTER GULFAM
Undocumented migrants wait in line for food in Diyarbakir, about 900 km east of Ankara, Turkey, 14 June 2021 | Photo: EPA/SEDAT SUNA
Um Hassan, Syrian refugee and the female shawish - or settlement supervisor - of a Syrian refugee camp, number 022 with a population of 165 people, speaks during an interview in Akkar, Lebanon, 20 April 2021 | Photo: EPA/WAEL HAMZEH
Afghans who are displaced from Kunduz and Takhar provinces due to fighting between Taliban and Afghan forces gather to collect food, as they live in temporary shelters at a camp in Kabul, Afghanistan, 10 August 2021 | Photo: EPA/JAWED KARGAR
Ever more border barriers are going up. But do they fulfill their purpose? | Photo: Bernadett Szabo/Reuters
Families displaced from districts where fighting is going on between Afghan security forces and the Taliban wait for relief as they live in temporary shelters in Kandahar, Afghanistan, 27 July 2021 | Photo: M. Sadiq /Archive / EPA
FROM FILE: Ethiopian migrants gather to protest their treatment in Yemen in March 2021 | Photo: Fawaz Salman / REUTERS