37 million people displaced by global war on terror: report

Brown University’s “Costs of War” project estimated in a new report Tuesday that 37 million people have been displaced in the nearly 20 years since former President George W. Bush declared a “global war on terror.”

The authors said the figure is “a very conservative estimate,” and the number could actually be in the range of 48-59 million.

Iraq has the most displaced people, with 9.2 million who had to flee their homes, according to the study. Millions of citizens in Syria,…

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