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What refugees might say of World Refugee Day

In 2000, when the United Nations designated every June 20 to be World Refugee Day, little did it know that new conflicts would create the highest levels of displacement on record. In recent years, about 66 million people, or 1 percent of the world population, have fled their homes. World Refugee Day, in other words, should not simply be a pity party.
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