Saturday marked World Refugee Day. The U.N. reports nearly 80 million people worldwide are forcibly displaced, amounting to around 1% of humanity. The U.N. reports refugee numbers have doubled in the last decade, with Syria, Venezuela, Afghanistan, South Sudan and Myanmar being some of the hardest-hit countries.
On World Refugee Day, Nearly 80 Million Remain Forcibly Displaced
HeadlineJun 22, 2020