Migration from African nations has increased dramatically in the last three decades, going from just 1% in the 1990s to 31% by the 2000s, a new study shows. As of 2017, some 25 million sub-Saharan migrants lived outside their nation of birth, according to the Pew Research Center. With the exception of Syria, where a…

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