Thirty-seven million people have been displaced — becoming refugees seeking safety in another country, or becoming internally displaced people within their own country — as a result of the wars the U.S. military has fought since 2001. That is more than those displaced by any war or disaster since the start of the 20th century, except for World War II. And although the United States has accepted hundreds of thousands of refugees, most have been hosted by countries in the greater Middle East.
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