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Humanitarian headlines of 2016 by the numbers

Igor Čoko/IRIN

From Syria to Afghanistan to South Sudan, 2016 has seen some of the worst humanitarian crises in living memory. As we look to the new year ahead, here are some numbers we shouldn't forget.

From Syria to Afghanistan to South Sudan, 2016 has seen some of the worst humanitarian crises in living memory. As we look to the new year ahead, here are some numbers we shouldn’t forget.

(TOP PHOTO: Refugees gather around a fire at the abandoned warehouse behind the bus station in Belgrade. CREDIT: Igor Čoko/IRIN)

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