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This is how many people are forcibly displaced worldwide

Over 11 million people worldwide were forced to flee their homes last year. Image: REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly

Johnny Wood

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Top international displacement situation by country of origin. Image: UNHCR
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Top international displacement situations by host country. Image: UNHCR
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Resettled and returning refugees. Image: UNHCR
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