By Sebastien Malo NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – The year 2015 saw a record number of people fleeing their homes, with more than 60 million people uprooted by wars, conflict and persecution in countries ranging from Syria to South Sudan and Afghanistan, according to the United Nations. Here are some of their stories and their hopes for 2016: Sandy Khabbazeh, 26, a Syrian now living in Oakland, New Jersey, United States “I am from Aleppo City. When ISIS wants to attack the Syrian government, they come to our neighborhood.
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As record numbers flee their homes in 2015, the hopes of people forced out