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“Top Ten” list of Dangerous city
Here, in descending order, are the 10 most dangerous cities in the world.
10. Caracas, Venezuela
This is the capital city of Venezuela and it is presently facing a crisis involving drug gangs. Street crimes such as muggings and theft are also common.
9. Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
Mexico’s problems with drug traffickers are well known and Ciudad Juarez is one of the nation’s most violent cities right now.
8. Cape Town, South Africa
It is possible to enjoy a visit to this city if you avoid the more dangerous sections and don’t travel alone at night.
7. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Rio is actually safer than it was a decade ago, but street crimes are still common in many areas, especially at night.
6. Guatemala City, Guatemala
It has a high murder rate and other common crimes include street robberies, bus holdups and carjackings.
5. Acapulco, Mexico
While tourism to Acapulco is still popular, drug violence has now made this into a dangerous area. Recent statistics reveal that this city has one of the world’s highest murder rates -142 per 100,000 people.
4. Baghdad, Iraq
Bombings, gunfire and other violent events are common in Iraq.
3. Kabul, Afghanistan
It is still a war zone, although U.S. troops are gradually being removed from the country. Terrorist attacks, including many bombings are common.
2. Karachi, Pakistan
Assassinations are common, as well as suicide bombings and gang warfare.
1. San Pedro Sula, Honduras
According to many sources, it has the highest homicide rates in the world -169 per 100,000 people.
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