President Obama's plan to stall the growing migration crisis has culminated into a global fund of $70 million, to help refugees find a home in the United States, or anywhere in the world. A new cap of 1,00,000 refugees per year from 70,000 goes to indicate the gravity of the situation.
The United Nation released a report on Tuesday revealing that the migration rate has surge by 41 percent in 15 years. The report also shows that the United States is leading the ranking with the most migrants living in the country.
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