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Posted Jul 27, 2022 |  by Our World in Data

In this article by Our World in Data, Hannah Ritchie, Edouard Mathieu, et al explore highlights from the UN’s twenty-seventh publication of the ‘World Population Prospects’. How many people are there in the world; how many die each year, and how many babies are born, are among the questions needed to understand the... Read More

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