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These are the refugee athletes at the Tokyo Olympics

Eldric Samuel Sella Rodriguez, who is now an Olympic boxer, grew up in a tough Venezuela neighbourhood. Image: REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino

Johnny Wood

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The number of forcibly displaced people worldwide has more than doubled in a decade. Image: UNHCR

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Eldric Samuel Sella Rodriguez, who is taking part in the Tokyo Olympics. Image: Instagram/elsella24

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