A new report on human rights violations in Yemen from the UN said 3799 civilians have now been killed and 6711 injured in the 17 month war.
What does the future hold for the millions of people that have fled to Turkey from war-torn Syria?
The Ferret has obtained footage of terrified refugees trapped inside a lorry as oxygen runs out, as they desperately try to reach Britain.
How the story of mass migration is unfolding in southern Europe, seen through the lens of Scottish photojournalist Vikki McCraw.
Police Scotland is seeking to extend a controversial training project with Sri Lankan police despite new evidence of the force's involvement in torture.
Government officials are increasingly challenging independent evidence of torture, raising fears genuine asylum seekers could be sent home.
Home Secretary urged to answer questions on why refugee women are being denied protection when they flee domestic violence.
Women’s lives are at risk from domestic violence and abuse just because of their immigration status, a special investigation by The Ferret has found.
Photographer Iman Tajik joined his friend Frederik Subei, a filmmaker living in the camps of Calais for three months to document everyday life.