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We are witnessing the largest movement of people since WWII. In recent years, the number of people forced to flee their homes has nearly doubled to 66 million. About half of all refugees are children.

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From Syria and Afghanistan to South Sudan and Somalia, conflict and war have driven people from their homes.

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Most displaced people escape to another part of their own country to seek safety, rather than cross a border.

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If they manage to go further, it’s usually to a neighbouring country. Turkey, Pakistan, Lebanon, Iran, Uganda and Ethiopia host the largest number of refugees worldwide.

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THE WORLD’S DEADLIEST SEA CROSSING

2017

THE WORLD’S DEADLIEST SEA CROSSING

Eight out of ten of the world’s refugees are hosted by less wealthy countries. The small number of the world’s refugees that make it to Europe often risk their lives making dangerous journeys. Since 2014, 15,397 people have died crossing the Mediterranean Sea.

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