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There will not be an international refugee team competing in the 2018 Winter Olympics

During the 2016 Olympic Games the International Olympic Committee allowed a collective team of refugees to compete as a way of highlighting the global crises of displaced people. There will not be a similar team for this year's Winter Games.  In an email, a spokesperson for the International Olympic Committee confirmed to Mashable that there would not be a team made up of people who fled their home countries because of conflict or persecution competing in Pyeongchang, South Korea, under the Olympic flag.
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