onsdag 25 juni 2014

FN-rapport: - Fler flyktingar i världen 2013 än andra världskriget - MSM: "Världen allt bättre"

Samtidigt som världen oftast blir bättre och säkrare i mainstreammedias egen värld, så rapporterar FN att antalet flyktingar i den verkliga världen under 2013 översteg antalet människor på flykt under andra världskriget...

Number of refugees worldwide highest since World War II 

Publicerades den 23 jun 2014
Over 50 million displaced peoples worldwide can be classified as refugees, a number not seen since World War II, according to a new report from the UN. 
Governments and aid groups worry the exponential rise in refugees is nearing a breaking point, with difficulty for taking care of the vast number of people becoming more difficult. 
War, global warming, food and water shortages, urbanization and a variety of other reasons are cited as contributing to the crisis. RT's Paula Slier takes a look at the figures and the causes behind them.
RT 2014-06-20
The number of people who fled their homes across the globe in 2013 is over 50 million for the first time since World War II, a new UN report says. Amnesty International blamed the UN for ineffective or delayed responses to ongoing conflicts.

- In total, there were registered 51.2 million refugees, asylum seekers and internally displaced people last year. 

On average, 32,200 people fled their homes each day, according to the report by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, titled “War’s Human Cost.”

"We are witnessing a quantum leap in forced displacement in the world," António Guterres, head of the UN's refugee agency, told The Guardian.

A total of 16.7 million people are refugees. Apart from 5 million Palestinians, Afghans, Syrians and Somalis are 50 percent, with the main host countries Pakistan, Iran, Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey.

Then, about 1.2 million people sought asylum to mostly developed countries, and Germany was the largest recipient. Most of the asylum seekers were from Syria, Democratic Republic of Congo and Myanmar.

Finally, internally displaced people were a historic 33.3 million people – forced to flee their homes, but staying within their country’s borders.

Over 50 percent of the refugees are children, with many of them traveling alone and some falling into the hands of human traffickers – that’s according to the UNHCR annual global trends report, issued Friday.

More than 25,000 children asked for asylum in 77 countries last year, and according to the document, it’s just a small percentage of the number of displaced children around the world.

The main causes for the jump in figures are climate change, population growth, urbanization, food insecurity and water scarcity. In many cases, the causes are combined with each other.

The increase can also be accounted for armed conflicts: the jump in 6 million people back in 2012 was triggered by the Syria war, with 2.5 million Syrians fleeing the country and 6.5 million internally displaced. Those are over 40 percent of the country’s population.

- The data showed "a world where peace is dangerously in deficit," Guterres said.
“- That peace deficit represents the incapacity of the international community firstly to prevent conflicts and secondly, to find solutions to those conflicts," he added.




FN-rapport: - Fler flyktingar i världen 2013 än andra världskriget - MSM: "Världen allt bättre"

5 kommentarer:

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    Dessa vampyrer kannibaler sadister och narkomaner bara vänta organisatörens klart tecken och lite betald för att slakta folk vart som helst i Europa /världen - Ukraina fostrade upp ett sådant förlorade generation av mördare (alla 17-23år gamla - NWO slaktar/bödel arme, vem som betalar och sponsrar narkotika den leder de vart som helst)

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    June 27, 2014

    The number of Ukrainian refugees in Russia has reached 110,000 people, while the 54,400 others have been internally displaced, the UN’s refugee department stated.

    Some 16,400 people fled their homes in eastern Ukraine in the past week, many citing a deteriorating situation and fears of abduction, bringing the number of displaced within the country to 54,000.

    "We are seeing a sharp rise in (internal) displacement in Ukraine," Melissa Fleming, chief spokeswoman of the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), told a news briefing.

    9,500 people have officially applied for the asylum in Russia Melissa Fleming said, while 700 others have gone to Poland, Belarus, the Czech Republic and Romania. [...]


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