In response to natural disasters in Asia has left 42 million people in 2 years

In response to natural disasters in Asia over the past two years has left 42 million people, according to a report of the Asian Development Bank. "The Asia-Pacific region most prone to natural disasters, and is a leader in the number of victims of them." Around 31.8 million people have fled their homeland in 2010 — of which more than 10 million in response to floods in Pakistan. Another 10.7 million have been forced from their homes last year.

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