A major exodus of people from their homes started in 2011 with the eruption of civil war in Syria;but, in the past five years, armed conflicts and persecution also have sent people fleeing from their homes in Africa, Asia and Europe.Last year 42,500 people a day left their homes due to some type of violence."The world became a mess and if people think that humanitarians can clean up the mess, they are wrong. We don't have the capacity to pick up the pieces," said Antonio Guterres,One in every 122 humans is now either a refugee or internally displaced or seeking asylum.The report is a reflection of the state of the world today, said the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees."It's time for international community to assume its responsibilities not only to the people in distress,but its responsibilities to be able to prevent or bring solutions to the conflicts that cause so much sufferings. "Syria is currently the world's biggest producer of displaced people and refugees, followed by Afghanistan and Somalia.Syria's neighbor, Turkey, has become the world's top refugee-hosting nation. Greece and Italy are swamped with refugees who want to settle in Europe.European officials cannot agree on how to share the burden."Italy and Germany certainly both agree that we need to arrive at a more equitable distribution in Europe.