MovePH editor Voltaire Tupaz and multimedia producer Adrian Portugal take you to the front lines of the Marawi humanitarian crisis in this 360-degree video
The twin moves come as new figures revealed a surprise drop in July in the number of mainly African asylum seekers and economic migrants arriving at the country's southern ports
'Mahirap na combination ang IED at sniping. Kapag mabagal ka, sniper ang dadale sa iyo. Kapag mabilis, IED,' says an officer on the ground
At least 80 mass graves have now been identified in the region that has seen a major spike in violence between security forces and a tribal militia since September
(UPDATED) UN: 'Our estimate at this stage is that in the final pockets of the Old City, there could be as many as 15,000 civilians, possibly even as high as 20,000'
Italy summons Austria's ambassador after Vienna threatens to send troops to the border to stop migrants entering, as the number crossing the Mediterranean topped 100,000 this year
This is their story as they try to live normal lives in an abnormal situation
Many Rohingya are turning to complex smuggling operations to escape Bangladesh
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(UPDATED) More than 65.6 million people were forcibly displaced at the end of 2016, according to a new report from the UN Refugee Agency
Where are these people coming from, where are they going, how many have died, and how many will be allowed to stay?
Detainees at an Australian asylum-seeker camp in Papua New Guinea win millions of dollars in compensation for 'degrading and cruel' treatment
A key problem is getting aid supplies to the relatively remote desert region in Syria's north, with just a trickle of assistance currently crossing from neighboring Turkey and Iraq
Hamas this week marks 10 years since taking power in Gaza with the Palestinian enclave at risk of conflict and facing electricity blackouts, poverty and Israel's blockade
Dire living conditions, lack of proper food, stress, and depression affect the breastfeeding ability of mothers who fled the Iraqi city of Mosul
Dozens of Christian civilians trapped in Marawi City survived 11 days, thanks to the protection by Muslims
Foreign Minister Ravi Karunanayake said 16 countries had rushed relief supplies and medicine to assist more than 600,000 people driven from their homes
The evacuation began days after regime backers Russia and Iran and rebel supporter Turkey signed a deal to implement "de-escalation zones" where the government and opposition will halt hostilities
The national comptroller, Edgardo Maya, ordered a probe to determine whether authorities in the town of Mocoa correctly enforced building codes and planned adequately for natural disasters
Ambassador Nikki Haley: 'When the United Nations consistently fails in its duty to act collectively, there are times in the life of states that we are compelled to take our own action'
In the town cemetery, men are busy digging graves in the red soil for dozens of the 273 people so far counted as dead
100,000 people face starvation and another million are on the brink of famine in the world's youngest nation
(UPDATED) There is no immediate claim of responsibility for the blasts, the second wave of deadly attacks in the capital in less than a week
The Syrian government and its ally, Russia, have turned the violent withholding of healthcare into a weapon of war, according to an analysis published in The Lancet medical journal
UN's humanitarian chief Stephen O'Brien calls for an urgent mobilization of funds for northeastern Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen to 'avert a catastrophe'
Boko Haram's Islamist insurgency has left at least 20,000 people dead in northeast Nigeria since it began in 2009 and has displaced more than 2.6 million others
West Mosul is the largest population centre still controlled by the Islamic State (ISIS) group, and its recapture would mark the effective end of the cross-border 'caliphate'
The Netflix-produced film about rescuers who risk their lives to help save civilians caught in the country's devastating war, called simply 'The White Helmets,' is directed by Orlando von Einsiedel
Nearly 5 million people are facing starvation and famine, the government says
(UPDATED) Iraqi military forces approach Mosul airport, marking a new phase in their largest operation in years
Some residents of Surigao City prefer sleeping outdoors, fearing another powerful tremor could strike at night
The figure of $3.5 billion for the next two years is part of a $4.6 billion package the UN is seeking to help refugees including those hosted by Lebanon, Jordan and Egypt
'This is the land of the free,' a female protester says during their rally at a Washington DC airport to denounce US President Donald Trump's entry ban
Americans stage a rally at the Washington Dulles International Airport in Washington DC to protest the reported restrictions of US President Donald Trump on refugees
About 14 million people – nearly 80% of the entire Yemeni population – are in need of food aid, half of whom are severely food insecure
(UPDATED) A draft executive order says refugees from war-torn Syria will be indefinitely banned, while the broader US refugee admissions program will be suspended for 120 days as officials draw up a list of low risk countries
Bana Alabed to Donald Trump: 'You must do something for the children of Syria because they are like your children and deserve peace like you'
Tens of thousands of security forces now surround the jihadists in west Mosul, who are all but trapped in the city where their leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi proclaimed his 'caliphate' in 2014
(UPDATED) Russia, Turkey, and Iran also backs the participation of the armed rebel groups at a new round of peace talks set to be hosted by the United Nations in Geneva next month
He blames the refugee crisis for being the 'straw that broke the camel's back' and triggered Britain's vote last year to leave the European Union
(UPDATED) Trump also backs a speedy trade deal with the UK, but condemns as 'catastrophic' Chancellor Angela Merkel's decision to open Germany's doors to a flood of refugees
The figure dropped from 890,000 in 2015 to 280,000 in 2016, the government says, largely due to the closure of the Balkan overland route and a fragile EU-Turkey deal to limit the mass influx
Fifty-six OIC representatives are expected to attend the January 19 meeting which will be led by Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak
The denial comes after a video emerges showing police beating civilians from the Muslim minority
A dozen Syrian rebel factions have suspended talks on new peace negotiations, accusing President Bashar al-Assad's regime of violating a 4-day-old ceasefire
(UPDATED) The announcement comes after a landmark evacuation deal that ended a ferocious month-long offensive waged on east Aleppo by government forces and allied militia
Thousands of residents still remain in the last pocket of the opposition-controlled Syrian city
(UPDATED) At least 30,000 people have left rebel districts of east Aleppo since evacuations began last week
ASEAN foreign ministers meet in Yangon for emergency talks, a gathering Malaysia says is the result of pressure building on Myanmar to resolve the crisis
(5th UPDATE) Ahmad al-Dbis, who heads a team of doctors and volunteers coordinating evacuations, says the evacuees were in 'a very bad state after waiting for more than 16 hours' at a regime checkpoint without being allowed off the buses.