Europe Bears a Big Burden in the World's Migration Crisis

The world is currently faced with 65 million forcibly displaced people – the most since World War II – of which nearly 41 million are internally displaced persons, 21 million are refugees, and 3 million are asylum seekers.

More than a million people crossed into Europe last year, and with all of the European Union’s efforts to mitigate and adapt to the mass migration of people, one continent alone cannot solve the problem.

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