Before police cleared the Idomeni refugee camp in Greece last month, photographer Jodi Hilton met girls like Zeyneb, 13, waiting
Aid organizations worry about conditions in the hastily-prepared new shelters.
Many things are going on, and many things have to be pushed forward. One of the important projects we are going after during
As Greek police relocate migrants and refugees from the informal Idomeni camp, photographer Kelly Lynn Lunde documents a
They're moving people to state-run facilities where they can apply for asylum.
During his final stop of our series "Route Mediterranean," journalist Eric Reidy visits support groups struggling to provide
"With the borders shut, with the possibility of [them] never opening again, and being sent back to Turkey, they just wanted to do it."
I often saw children staring into the distance, in a state of melancholy. But their difficult lives are punctuated with games, such as soccer. Despite the prevailing despair, such activities create an air of normality.
About 12,000 people are living in a makeshift camp at the Macedonia-Greece border.
Embarking in Tripoli, Lebanon, where desperate Syrian refugees have sought shelter in embattled neighborhoods reminiscent