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Making Sense Of The Worst Refugee Crisis Since WWII

The conflict encompassing the people of Syria with the ongoing civil war has caused nearly 11 million innocents to seek refuge outside of the country.
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Due to low funding, in December 2014 the UN World Food Program had to put an end to supporting Syrian refugees in Syria's surrounding nations. This article features the worst humanitarian crisis in the world in over 50 years. The conflict encompassing the people of Syria with the ongoing civil war has caused nearly 11 million innocents to seek refuge outside of the country. View a video explaining the crisis, comprehend the impact on the people and the world as a result of the civil unrest, and consider probing questions to both check understanding of the situation as well as mull over potential ways to assist the millions of refugees looking for new homes throughout the world.

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