RECORD numbers of migrants have burst through international borders this year as the number of ‘forcibly displaced’ people reaches 60m for the first time ever.
Experts say the global refugee crisis has led to there being one migrant for every 122 people on earth.
The latest figures for migrants across the world were released in a UN report, revealing record numbers of people fleeing war, conflict and poverty.
And shocking results showed every day for the first six months of 2015, around 4,600 people fled their home.
The number of refugees, people who have fled to countries outside their own nationality, has reached 20million, while others are refugees in their own homeland.
European borders have been crammed with migrants and the Schengen Zone is in danger of collapse as country leaders put a stop to borderless travel over terror and crowding fears.
Germany alone took 1.1million official refugees in 2015 – and countless thousands of illegals.
War-torn and Taliban-plagued Afghanistan had the biggest exodus of migrants for three decades until mid 2014 when a surge of Syrians fled their homeland.
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