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10 most dangerous countries to Live in.

Below are the most dangerous countries to go to, however this doesnot mean that all regions in these countries are dangerous, there are specific danger zones and risky areas, therefore, if you’re travelling to any of these countries perhaps to spend your holiday or to visit, be wise enough to ask and search for the risk-free areas you should go to before you find yourself in trouble.
1. Iraq:
Iraq is the most dangerous country in the world, although the Iraq War which officially ended with US withdrawal in 2011, many places are still dengerous and insurgency within its borders remains the same.
2. Nigeria:
Nigeria is politically and socially underdeveloped, it is also oil cursed, which means that the government is failing to concentrate its efforts to protect its oil exports . The Nigerian government is also failing to protect its people from the tyrant islamists Boko-haram who have killed a great number of innocent people.
3. Somalia:
Since early 90s Somalia has been politically unstable, it has suffered from ineffective government, famine, piracy and millitary extremists Al-Qaida in collaboration with Alshabaab.
4. Afghanistan
Many innocent people have lost their lives due to insurgency in this country, the Taliban have made several attacks across the country and still increasing. foreign troops are planning to end their combat missions soon, despite very many Afghans still dying in fighting.

5. Yemen:
According to UN, Yemen is under-going a humanitarian crisis whereby almost half of its population lucking enough food.

6. Syria:
Its now 3-years since Syria civil war begun, thousands of people have been killed and resulted in war crimes. The Islamists have targeted christians and other groups involved in fighting. President Bashar al-Assad’s government is blamed because of responding with violent crackdowns and over 190,000 people have been killed as of April 2014.

7. Libya:
After the death of President Ghadafi, their has been civil war in Libya and armed conflict fought between Islamist forces and forces aligned with the Libyan parliament and General Khalifa Haftar.

8 .Pakistan:
Terrorism has greatly affected Pakistan and has been facing religious sectarian and extremism violence. Even pakistan citizens fear their own country because of terror arm like the Lashkar-e-Tayiba, the Harkat-ul-Mujahideen and the Tehrik-i-Taliban
9 .Egypt:
After over throwing the government of Hosni Mubarak, Egypt has been in political instability.

10 . Kenya:
Since the attack on Nairobi’s giant shopping centre Westgate Mall where over 70 people where killed and many injured, the northern part of Kenya especially on Somali border has suffered from bomb attacks, killing hundreds. The attackers have targeted public places like churches, Bus stations and nightclubs.
On the 2nd April 2015, the islamists attacked Garrisa University and killed 147 students. The Al-Shabaab claimed responsible for the attack.

Other dengerous countries include:

Venezuela, Central African Republic, South Africa, Chad, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Mexico and Southern Sudan

 

 

 

 

 

 

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