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Top Ten Dangerous Cities

South Africa
South Africa

Most Dangerous Cities In Africa With longstanding economic disparity and ongoing racial tension, the nation of South Africa has six of the ten most dangerous cities on the continent. Police in Cape Town, South Africa block the road to deal with a public disturbance on the city's streets.

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Honduras
Honduras

It is a sign of desperate times in Honduras, the most dangerous country on the planet outside a full-fledged war zone. The murder rate reached an unenviable global high of 85 for every 100,000 residents last year, and is on course to reach 90 per 100,000 in 2013.

Venezuela
Venezuela

The Most Dangerous Cities in the World Los Cabos, Mexico is the world's most dangerous city with a murder rate of 111.33 per 100,000 inhabitants. Caracas, Venezuela, has the second highest murder rate on the planet.

Belize
Belize

Is Belize City Dangerous? I left feeling somewhat guilty as I hate to say that people shouldn’t visit a city; but this is one you can definitely miss. 2014 Update: I’ve had a lot of people share their feedback about Belize. I stand by sharing my experience on Belize City crime but in no way does it represent the entire country.

India
India

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Switzerland
Switzerland

9. Zurich, Switzerland (3.0 homicides per 100,000 people) Zurich is the largest city in the central European nation of Switzerland. In 2010, there were 11 homicides reported in the city, which creates a murder rate of 3.0 when the city's low population of less than half a million is taken into consideration. 2010, however, does appear to be somewhat of an anomaly for this Swiss urban area, as both the years 2009 and 2011 saw only 4 and 1 murders, respectively.

Singapore
Singapore

Singapore Changi Airport hosts a network of over 100 airlines connecting Singapore to some 300 cities in about 70 countries and territories worldwide. It has been rated one of the best international airports by international travel magazines, including being rated as the world's best airport for the first time in 2006 by Skytrax.

Iceland
Iceland

Former cities. Iceland has two former cities. The population of Ólafsvík fell below 1,000 in 2016, and is now mostly thought of as a town. The city of Njarðvík was incorporated into neighboring Keflavík in 2010. Towns. This is a partial and incomplete list of Icelandic towns and their populations.

Ireland
Ireland

Revealed: The Most Dangerous (And The Safest) Places To Live In Ireland. ... Cork's city centre has lower crime levels than other cities but, ...

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Norway
Norway

The currency of Norway is the Norwegian Krone (NOK). As well, the people of Norway are refered to as Norwegian. The dialing code for the country is 47 and the top level internet domain for Norwegian sites is .no. Norway shares land borders with 3 countries: Finland, Sweden, Russia. To learn more, visit our detailed Norway section.

Austria
Austria

Persons residing in Austria must apply to the Federal police in the larger cities or any mayor's office in the rural areas. Application forms entitled "Antrag auf Ausstellung einer Bescheinigung gemaess Paragraph 10 des Strafregistergesetzes" must be used.

Japan
Japan

Japan's dangerous neighborhoods fall into two categories: red-light districts and slums. Slums are rare but do exist. Red-light districts are common. However, it's only the largest, most notorious red-light districts that are considered dangerous.

New Zealand
New Zealand

New Zealand is not a risky and dangerous a place, with few worries for travellers. Furthermore, New Zealanders are trusting people who will be ready to help you if you get into trouble.

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When travelling around the world, it's not always a bad idea to do your research on local laws and traditions. Not only could this keep you out of trouble, but it can also help you get the most out of your holiday. However, there are some weird and wonderful rules that surely nobody is expected to follow.

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