A displaced Afghan girl holds her doll after it was sew by one of her relatives in a camp in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Tuesday, June 19, 2008. After a five-year decline in the number of refugees between 2001 and 2005, there have been two years of increases, and that's a concern, UN High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres said as he kicked off a week of activities to mark World Refugee Day on June 20.
Afghan refugee family waiting for a transport to leave for Afghanistan at the UNHCR departure terminal is seen in the reflection of a puddle in a suburb of Peshawar, Pakistan, on Thursday, June 19, 2008. Thousands of Afghan families who fled their country due to war and fighting among war lords have seemingly been forgotten by international community.
A displaced Afghan girl, who lost her arm in fighting between the Taliban and foreign troops in Helmand province, listens while her mother tells her story in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Thursday, June 19, 2008.
A displaced Afghan woman cleans dust from her curtains while she sweeps her tent in a camp in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Thursday, June 19, 2008.
A displaced Afghan baby sleeps under a tent in a camp in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Thursday, June 19, 2008.
An Afghan refugee mother walks past a UNHCR office carrying her child at a departure terminal near Peshawar, Pakistan on Thursday, June 19, 2008.
An Afghan refugee girl is seen in a refugee camp on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan, Thursday, June 19, 2008. The UNHCR said 11.4 million people were forced to leave their countries in 2007, compared to 9.9 million in 2006. Another 26 million were displaced within their own countries by conflict or persecution, up from 24.2 million the year before. Nearly half the world's refugees are from Afghanistan and Iraq.
Tibetan children gesture while posing at a refugee camp on World Refugee Day, in New Delhi, India, Friday, June 20, 2008.
Members of Amnesty International Korea stage a rally to mark World Refugee Day in Seoul, South Korea, Friday, June 20, 2008. A growing number of asylum seekers from troubled Asian and African nations are fleeing to South Korea, attracted by its growing economic status and the fact that the U.N. head is Korean.
A refugee from Somalia looks out from her room in one of the Hungarian government's refugee centers in Bicske, Hungary, Thursday, June 19, 2008. Each year, June 20 marks World Refugee Day, a day to remember the plight of refugees and to call global attention for the refugees. People who have been subjected to so much violence or persecution in their homeland that they flee to rebuild their lives in a strange new country.
Ilhan Mohomed Husen, a refugee from Somalia, right, holds the hand of Eva Kalmar, a social worker, left, in one of the Hungarian government's refugee centers, in Bicske, Hungary, Thursday, June 19, 2008.
Munni, a 5-year-old child of migrants from Kashmir, looks on at a refugee camp on the outskirts of Jammu, India, Thursday, June 19, 2008. World Refugee Day, which recognizes and celebrates the contributions of refugees throughout the world, is observed every June 20.