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Excess mortality in refugees, internally displaced persons and resident populations in complex humanitarian emergencies (1998-2012) - insights from operational data

Bibliographic reference Heudtlass, Peter Louis ; Speybroeck, Niko ; Guha-Sapir, Debarati. Excess mortality in refugees, internally displaced persons and resident populations in complex humanitarian emergencies (1998-2012) - insights from operational data. In: Conflict and Health, Vol. 10, no.1, p. 15 [1-11] (2016)
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