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U.N.: 84 Million People Worldwide Displaced by War, Insecurity and the Climate Crisis

HeadlineNov 12, 2021

The U.N. Refugee Agency is estimating the total number of people forcibly displaced from their homes globally has risen to 84 million due to war, insecurity and the climate emergency. The U.N. says the most impacted countries have been Syria, Venezuela, Afghanistan, South Sudan and Burma.

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