See How Much You Know About Refugees

A family walks through a camp for migrants and refugees outside Idomeni, Greece, along the border with Macedonia, in 2016.
A family walks through a camp for migrants and refugees outside Idomeni, Greece, along the border with Macedonia, in 2016. Marko Djurica/Reuters

Test your knowledge of issues involving refugees, migrants, and internally displaced persons.

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A family walks through a camp for migrants and refugees outside Idomeni, Greece, along the border with Macedonia, in 2016.
A family walks through a camp for migrants and refugees outside Idomeni, Greece, along the border with Macedonia, in 2016. Marko Djurica/Reuters
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Nearly 70 million people are forcibly displaced around the world, the highest total ever recorded. See how much you know about these individuals, the crises that have caused them to flee, and how the United States and others are responding.

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