UN reports over 100 million people forcibly displaced worldwide • FRANCE 24 English

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More than 100 million people have been driven from their homes across the globe, propelled by new waves of violence, persecution or protracted conflict in countries, the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) said on Monday citing newly-published data.

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