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Last year the worst year on record for the number of people who refugees. The United Nations (U.N.) said that in 2015, over 65.3 million people were to leave their home or country. This is an increase of over five million from 59.5 million over the previous year. The 2015 figure is a 50 per cent increase from five years ago. It also that one in every 113 people on the planet now a refugee, an asylum seeker or someone displaced in their own country. The U.N. that: "Twenty-four people are every minute." It that two-thirds of the forcibly displaced refugees in their own country." The figures from the "Global Trends" report marking World Refugee Day on June the 20th.

The U.N. said the biggest reason for the record number of refugees in 2015 is war. Fighting in Syria, Afghanistan, Burundi and South Sudan has the largest number of refugees. Half of them children. The U.N. said more than 98,000 asylum requests in 2015 were by unaccompanied children. This the highest number ever seen. The U.N. added that: "Ninety per cent of the forcibly displaced are [from] poor or middle income countries." Many of them are from wars only to big problems at borders. These walls and fences in Europe, tougher laws against immigration and xenophobia. The U.N. the only way to the problem is, "political action to conflicts".

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