Jun 18, 2015

60 Million People Fleeing Chaotic Lands, U.N. Says -

Share this on WhatsApp UNITED NATIONS — Nearly 60 million people have been driven from their homes by war and persecution, an unprecedented global exodus that has burdened fragile countries with waves of newcomers and littered deserts and seas with the bodies of those who died trying to reach safety. The new figures, released Thursday by theUnited Nations refugee agency, paint a staggering...

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