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Still, neither is considered a citizen under Pakistani law, and their stateless status reflects the extraordinary challenges faced by Afghan refugees the world over.
Various departments of the United Nations now have blockchain experiments looking to tackle climate change, the delivery of humanitarian aid and the identity challenges faced by stateless people.
For years, the Gulf states have come under international pressure to address the issue of their stateless populations.
Trump also, apparently, hopes to catalyze some change to the limbo of nearly 5.5 million stateless Palestinian refugees who have been living in the Middle East since 1948.
The Kurds are the largest stateless ethnic group in the Middle East, with some 30 million living in an area split between Iran, Iraq, Turkey and Syria.
Some 700,000 Rohingya, a mostly stateless ethnic group from Rakhine state in western Myanmar, have fled a violent military campaign that began last August after Rohingya insurgents attacked government security posts.
Some 700,000 Rohingya, a mostly stateless ethnic group from Rakhine State in western Myanmar, have fled a violent military campaign that began last August after Rohingya insurgents attacked government security posts.
The big fear is that hopes for widespread acceptance of the decentralized, stateless digital currency will be derailed by governments.
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: not belonging to a nation : not a citizen of any country
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