In Mali, the ongoing jihadist insurgency paired with interethnic violence has seen thousands flee their homes. Some of them are now living in dire conditions. DW met displaced people in the capital Bamako who call a landfill their new home.
After being overwhelmed with migrants, authorities in the Bosnian city of Bihac moved hundreds of them to an old garbage dump. DW looks into key elements of what has become an escalating crisis.
As the death toll of jihadist attacks in Burkina Faso climbs, the UN and the Red Cross say nearly 300,000 people have been forced to flee their homes. Half a million people no longer have access to health care.
Officials near Bosnia's border with Croatia feel abandoned by the federal government and the international community. With shelters bursting at the seams with people trapped in limbo, they're taking drastic measures.
Many people who flee from crisis situations are unable to leave their own countries. DW journalists have analysed Africa's refugee crises: Internally displaced people are the most vulnerable.
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