RAMALLAH, West Bank (Reuters) - Palestinians clashed with Israeli forces in the occupied West Bank on Wednesday during demonstrations to mark 65 years since what they call the Nakba (Catastrophe) when Israel's creation caused many to lose their homes and become refugees. Full story
REYHANLI, Turkey (Reuters) - Syrian refugees in Turkey say they fear a backlash after car bombings that killed 50 people and wounded many others over the weekend in a border town. Full story
Executive Director of the UN World Food Programme, Ertharin Cousin, discusses the additional $100 million in aid to Syrian refugees promised by Secretary of State John Kerry, as well as efforts already underway in the country.
In a tent hospital bed, a Syrian woman who was four months pregnant when she fled her country's civil war cradles one of the newest residents of this dust-swept refugee camp: Her newborn son, just delivered by cesarean. Full story
Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vt., just returned from a Syrian refugee camp in Turkey reports on the humanitarian crisis there and why he supports President Obama’s cautious approach.
Jordan refugee camps have become overwhelmed with Syrian refugees, as families seek medical attention and fear a cutback in food. ITN’s John Ray reports.
Exactly two years to the day since the Syrian conflict began, thousands of refugees are still fleeing into neighboring countries like Egypt and Jordan. Tessa Chapman Channel 5 Europe reports.
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, visited Syrian refugees at a camp on the Jordanian border – Camilla called the experience “humbling” and “heartbreaking.” The charity Save the Children says the situation is no better for two million children still inside Syria. ITV’s Paraic O Brien reports.
John Ray reports for NBC News from Jordan where wounded, sick and grief-stricken refugees are crossing the border to flee unrest in Syria.
Ahmed Jawabreh. Al-arub refugee camp, near Hebron, West Bank. May 2013. For story on wave of arrests of children by Israeli authorities.
Palestinian refugees join other protesters as they shout slogans against Israel during a demonstration to mark Nakba Day outside the U.N. office in Amman May 15, 2013. The demonstration was to mark 65 years since what they call the Nakba when Israel's creation caused many to lose their homes and be
Jordanian demonstrators burn Israeli flags with Palestinian refugees to mark Nakba Day outside the U.N. office in Amman May 15, 2013. The demonstration was to mark 65 years since what they call the Nakba when Israel's creation caused many to lose their homes and become refugees. REUTERS/Muhamma