The vast majority live in impoverished Third World countries (86 percent).
Only one advanced country, Germany, has as many as half a million refugees or displaced persons. Australia, home to an ever-escalating official hysteria over refugees, has only 48,000 -- less than one-tenth of one percent of the world's total.
The United States hosts less than 350,000 displaced persons, about one for every 1,000 people. Lebanon, by contrast, has 178 refugees for every 1,000 people.
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