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By 2100, Refugees Would Be the Most Populous Country on Earth

Click here for reuse options! Poverty and deadly wars are the major drivers of displacement. The UN Refugee Agency has announced the new figures for the world’s displaced: 65.9 million. That means that 65.9 million human beings live as refugees, asylum seekers or as internally displaced people. If the refugees formed a country, it would be the 21st largest state in the world, just after Thailand (68.
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