The world broke a grim record last year, with 65.6 million people living forcibly displaced from their homes, an increase of 300,000 over 2015. 

Most of those people—40.3 million—were displaced but still living within their own countries, per a new report by the UN refugee agency. 

The rest had fled their native countries, with that figure broken down into 22.5 million refugees and 2.8 million people "seeking asylum." Of the total 65.6 million people displaced, 10.3 million of them became so in 2016.

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