UN: Record 65 million people displaced worldwide

Monday, 19 June 2017  (3 days ago)
The UN Refugee Agency's annual count has highlighted the crisis in South Sudan as the main driver for the new high. However, the agency reported that the number of newly displaced people is going down.

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