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A world in motion

FOR THIS WEEK’S COVER PACKAGE ON THE MIGRATION boom, TIME reporters traversed the globe interviewing refugees and immigrants. As these international migrants flee war, poverty, oppression and natural disasters in search of a better life, they are also upending politics and reshaping economies in the countries where they are landing.

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