Migrants and refugees travelling to Europe to apply for asylum in 2015 have collectively travelled two billion miles, Channel 4 News can reveal.
Hany Al Moliya never imagined he'd become a refugee. But three years ago, after members of his family were murdered in their homes, he and his remaining relatives fled the country.
Middle class Syrians flee their homes and board a ferry from Lebanon to Turkey - the first stage of a dangerous journey to Europe. Are they refugees or migrants? Does it matter?
Ftaym, single mother of five children, gestures up at the bombed-out concrete wreck in the south of the Lebanese capital which is now "home."
The response to that photo to open doors is entirely understandable. The problem is that it might just make things worse.
Mirvat and her family fled Syria, eventually arriving in the UK via Lebanon, Egypt, Libya and Calais. She has begun a new life - but cannot forget what she went through to get here.
Hezbollah supporters turned out in force in Lebanon for the funerals of militants killed in a suspected Israeli drone strike.
Lebanon's military storm the country's biggest prison, which they say has become an "operations room" for the Islamic State group, as fears increase of the terror group's presence at the border.