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A refugee is a person who has left their home country under threat of their life, and cannot or will not return there.
Refugee or Refugees may also refer to:
- The Refugee, alternative pirated 1865 publication title of the novel Israel Potter by Herman Melville
- The Refugee in America, first novel of Frances Trollope 1832
- The Refugee (play) Der Flüchtling, by Fritz Hochwälder 1945
Film and TV
- The Refugee (film) 1918 film directed by Cecil M. Hepworth with Henry Edwards (actor), Alma Taylor, Chrissie White
- Refugee (2000 film), a 2000 Indian film
- Refugee (2006 film), a 2006 Bengali film
- Refugees (film) (逃亡) directed by Yueh Feng, a 1935 Chinese film
- "Refugees" (The Wire)
- "The Refugee", by composer Karl Weigl Mary Hoxie Jones
- Refugee (band), a British progressive rock band
- "Refugees" (Embrace song)
- "Refugee" (Jim Kerr song), 2010
- "Refugees" (The Tears song)
- "Refugee" (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers song), 1980
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