An exhibition showingworld's worst humanitarian disasters opens at St Martin in the Fields today tomark World Refugee Day.
The show highlights the plight of families caught up in conflicts such as the war in Syria and refugees who had to flee natural disasters such as the flooding in Pakistan.
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