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Share Your Concerns: Which Global Crisis Keeps You Up At Night?

These days, it seems like everything bad is happening at once — hurricanes, earthquakes, famine and refugee crises. Share your biggest concerns.
Rohingya refugees reach out for food donations at the Kutupalong camp in southern Bangladesh. Source: Tommy Trenchard/Caritas

Which global problem keeps you up at night?

That's what we asked Amina J. Mohammed, the deputy secretary-general of the United Nations at the Global Goals ceremony in New York City last week.

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