"Wake Up Now" is the latest album from UK singer-songwriter Nick Mulvey. It was written and inspired by both personal and political events from 2016.
First came Greece's economic crisis, then the refugee crisis on Lesbos. Myrta Kalampoka almost had sell her family's olive trees. Then she had an idea.
Every day, Eritreans make the perilous journey across the border into Ethiopia where the prospect of a refugee camp within the borders of their country’s enemy, increasingly holds more promise than staying home. And Ethiopia appears only too willing to oblige.
The post-Trump world threatens to roll back some of the hardest-won gains of the last 100 years. But some see an alternative.
In South Sudan, people are sheltering from conflict wherever they can, including a network of islands in the swamps of Unity State. On one island, where 2,300 displaced people live without access to clean water or toilets, cholera has become rife.
Mental health is the latest casualty of the refugee crisis.
About one in three Jordanian women report experiencing domestic violence but many lack access to services. Now, Jordanian women are getting help in centers set up to treat Syrian refugees.
The number of people crossing the US border into Canada illegally, and requesting asylum after they're caught, is rising quickly. The migrants are not held in detention centers like in the US. And Canada often obliges, and lets them stay.
In December 2015, the Canadian government started welcoming more than 35,000 Syrian refugees. Here's how some of them are faring 12 months on.
Syrians, Afghans and Iraqis make up the majority of the refugee population stuck on Lesbos and other Greek islands. So the Africans there to seek asylum are often overlooked.