Colombia's Internally Displaced Continue to Struggle After Decades of War
Colombia's decades-long civil war has produced a massive humanitarian crisis. The country has the largest internal refugee population in the world after Sudan's. Forced displacement in Colombia reached almost unprecedented proportions in 2008, the second-worst year on record. Behind the numbers is an array factors, from a renewed government offensive against rebel groups, to the changing dynamics of the drug trade.
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