Natural Disasters Displace One Person A Second

ONE PERSON EVERY SECOND: According to a new study, natural disasters displace one person a second. Take a look into the growing trend displacing millions of people.

 

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Natural Disasters Displace One Person A Second

ONE PERSON EVERY SECOND: According to a new study, natural disasters displace one person a second. Take a look into the growing trend displacing millions of people.—For more videos, check out TestTube

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