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These 23 countries can expect their population to halve by 2100, study finds

New projections show that global population will peak mid-century before a dramatic decline. Image: REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Victor Tangermann

Writer and Photo Editor, Futurism

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The global population looks set to peak at around 2064. Image: The Lancet

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