Lebanese politicians are divided about how, whether and when Syrian refugees should begin to return to safe areas in their homeland.
A steady stream of Syrian refugees denied access at official crossings have been entering Lebanon on foot via a series of illegal mountain passes.
Lebanese and Palestinian forces are working to stem violence in Shatila, a Palestinian refugee camp on the southern outskirts of Beirut.
Shop owners registered with the WFP has seen their personal income increase, while the card has also given Syrian refugees more independence.
A Baghdad camp housing families who fled from ISIS receives significant aid from volunteers during the holy month, camp officials say.
Water scarcity and a lack of waste management infrastructure are among the numerous problems Syrian refugees and host communities face.
Syrian refugees in Lebanon tell Al-Mashareq many have not received the new aid distribution card while others do not understand how to use it.
New Minister of State for Refugee Affairs Mouin Merhebi tells Al-Mashareq the establishment of the new minister was six years too late.
A new UN report reveals that Lebanon and Jordan host the largest number of refugees relative to the sizes of their populations.
Syrian refugees are starting businesses and integrating into Egyptian society, but some still hope they can return to Syria after the war.