To spend your vacations, traveling around the world is a great pleasure to have but not all cities are as fascinating as the ones in the travel brochures. Every Large city has problems, some of them are little worse than others as this world is not peaceful everywhere. We cannot say a single part of the world to be risk free by all the means. There are so many issues like political, social, geographical and economical etc that are greatly effecting the each and every part area of the world. The intimidation of terrorism and street crimes are now becoming drastic factors in several cities and producing Intimidation among the developed nation. Mutually internal and external problems and issues are what make a city more or lesser unsafe. It is true, however, that at national level the measures have always been taken to rise above the issues. But sadly still the problem of gang crimes; political issues and terrorism are becoming more and more severe and drastic. To ensure the security and peaceful environment within a city, it is the moral duty of its government that they should take very serious steps to give punishment to the victims and criminals. Below are the top ten Most Dangerous Cities in the World.
10. Cali, Colombia:
Among the top Dangerous Cities in the World ‘Santiago de Cali’ the most populous city in western Colombia usually known by its short name “Cali”, with predictable residents of 2,319,655 according to 2005-2020/DANE population projections. Cali is the third largest city of Colombia was ranked the most violent city in the country for the second year in a row in 2013, according to local media reports on Sunday. The crime statistics gave Cali the ranking at 6th highest murder rate in the world. There were 1,962 people murdered during 2013 and we have murder rate of 90 for 100,000 residents. There were 913 homicides for “revenge,” 451 killed in gang clashes, and 133 murders linked with theft, as well as others killed for micro-trafficking and quarrel. Cali has been incapable of lower its homicide rate due to fighting between local gangs with support of national drug trafficking organizations like “Los Rastrojos” who are from the city.
9. Chihuahua, Mexico:
The city of Chihuahua is the state capital of the Mexican with a population of about 825,327. Chihuahua considered one of the most dangerous places in the world and it is called the deadliest city in Mexico. Ciudad Juarez is well-known for its weird numbers of drug-related murders, and even if it has settled down in the past couple of years but it still has one of the highest homicide rates in Mexico. Violent behavior in Chihuahua City has increased in recent times, not surprisingly, should be avoided. According to the Mexican government in 2011, from January through September 2,276 deaths rate were recorded in the state of Chihuahua. In the state of Chihuahua according to the reported numbers, the murder rate for drugs was about 67 for every 100,000 residents last year. According to the government tally, Juarez reported for 1,206 of the 2,276 drug cartel-related murders in Chihuahua during the first nine months of 2011.Chihuahua was also among the five deadliest cities in Mexico over the past years, with 402 homicides reported. According to the country’s government the organized crime-related deaths in Mexico publicly referred to as homicides due to direct violence attacks, and killings stemming from cruelty between organized trafficking groups.
8. Nairobi, Kenya:
Nairobi is the capital and largest city of Kenya and most populous city in eastern Africa, with a current probable population of about 3 million. Common crimes in these areas include carjacking, robberies, rape, assault, burglary, theft and kidnappings. Most criminals run at night, some of the crime-prone areas are more dangerous because carrying weapon robberies occur in day time.
Most tarnished places are branches of Kayole, Kibera, Lunga Lunga slums, Jericho and Soweto because robberies occur anytime of the day, says the report. The areas where rapists lurks are Mau Mau junction between Kawangware and Kangemi, a location near Muhindi Mweusi superstore in Mukuru kwa Njenga slums and an open ground near Huruma chief’s camp were mapped. Nairobi is tense during the month of Ramadan with al Shabaab militants threatening to launch attacks and for the incidences of street crimes. At night it is a routine affair with being mugging and looting at Nairobi.
7. Mogadishu, Somalia:
Mogadishu is the largest city in Somalia and the nation’s capital with the estimated population of 1,353,000. In Mogadishu Fierce fighting between warlords, militia, and now Al Shabab (linked to Al Qaeda) and African Union forces, has turned the city into a danger zone and left it in ruins. Somalia is a very dangerous country in common, full of constant tribe and cultural warfare. There is conflict between the two groups Ethiopian and Somali government, as well as with the Islamic guerrillas. All more than, residents and visitors are also unsafe from random kidnappings and coastal pirates and high volume of terrorists. Mogadishu is regard as one of the most lawless and risky places in the world. Half of the Mogadishu’s population has fled Because of the ongoing civil war that has been active for over 20 years. The Bombings rates, gunshots, guerrilla attacks, lootings and riots are daily incidences in Mogadishu. Many of people are injured daily, and are hospitalized.
6. Maceió, Brazil:
Maceió is the capital and the largest city of the coastal state Brazil having Population 932,078 (2010). Maceió has the unfortunate division of being Brazil most dangerous city and the worlds third with a homicide rate of 135 homicides per 100,000 people. Once known for its peaceful beaches and majestic architecture, in just 10 years the city’s homicide rate has climbed by 185%. The violence is drugs related with numerous addicts murdered every week due to unpaid debts. With round about 1,500 murders in 2011, Maceió is the top 50 most dangerous cities in the world. The authorities in Maceio blame the rising violence on the growing presence of crack cocaine in the favelas around the city. Possibly to keep tourist money flowing, officials also declare that most victims are drug users who are killed for failing to pay up on debts.
5. Distrito Central, Honduras:
Distrito Central is located in the Honduran department with the second most dangerous city in Honduras. With a murder rate of 101.99, Distrito Central is fifth most violent city in the world. Distrito Central is contained two connected cities i.e. Tegucigalpa and Comayaguela. Since approximately 10 years due to the increase of unemployment and being jobless youngsters commit crimes. Every day the street crimes and drug dealings in this city are becoming more and more serious. The dangers can be accredited to poverty, government corruption and a heavy Mafia presence. The degree of violence is high because of three places encompassed in Distrito Central are Honduras, Comayaguela and Tegucigalpa have been experiencing 100 over homicides cases per 100,000, which report among the highest number of murder rates in the world.
4. Acapulco, Mexico:
Acapulco is a city, municipality and major sea port in the state of Guerrero on the Pacific coast of Mexico. According to 2012 the Population of Acapulco is 687,608. In truth, Acapulco’s murder rate of 142 killings per 100,000 inhabitants is 28 times higher than the U.S. average. Mostly the crimes are often happen in working class neighborhoods that are just short drive away from the comfort apartments. In 2011, there were 1,008 killings in Acapulco and in 2012 there were 1,170, an average rate of homicides nearly 100 per month. By and large, Guerrero, the state where Acapulco is located, bares the undesirable difference of being the home to the highest number of organized crime-related murders of any state in the country. Acapulco has a rate of 143 murders per every 100,000 inhabitants, the main problem is throughout the Mexico and it has been getting worse over the few past decades. Huge numbers of dead bodies are a common occurrence in this port city, making the people nerve wracking place to hang out.
3. Sana’a, Yemen:
Sana’a is the capital of Yemen having Population of 1.708 million. With al Qaeda`s Yemeni wing and local affiliates having recognized presence in the region, there has been a series of assassinations of security officials. Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi launched a US-backed offensive on Islamists in the south, but situation is still distant from normal. There has been a recent drift in kidnappings within central Sana’a. The regions to the far north of Sana’a, especially Sa’dah, have been issued to kidnappings and executions and it should definitely not be visited. The Department of State repeats U.S. citizens of the continued high security threat level in Yemen due to terrorist activities. On May 21, 2012, the media reported that a suicide bombing at 70 Meter Square in Sana’a killed at least 90 individuals and many of them are injured.
2. Peshawar, Pakistan:
Peshawar also known as Pekhawar, is the largest and capital city of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa of Pakistan. Its Population is 1,219,248. The leading edge city of Pakistan is one of the most dangerous places in the world. With the issues of warlords and tribes fighting for superiority, the city is very insecure, particularly for foreigners. Suicide bombing and target killing on security forces are being norm. Peshawar is gradually sinking into the gulf. The overflow of militants from the tribal areas deep into the rural and suburban areas, extortion, threats and target attacks, bombing are the major number of terror has made the provincial capital not only treacherous city but one of the most dangerous cities of the world.
For the last many years Peshawar surrounded from three sides by the tribal areas has never been peaceful. The police force is also finding it hard to maintain peace at one hand and protect themselves from the terrorist attacks. The situation was worse in 2009 but it is becoming more risky over the last few months and the people of the city are passing through the worse times of their lives. The survival for growing up children is now tough as the lawless city of Pakistan’s North West frontier Peshawar where guns are carried like newspapers, drugs are rife and militants rove the streets looking for new recruits.
1. Barquisimeto, Venezuela:
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Barquisimeto is the capital of the state of Lara. Barquisimeto is estimated to have had 804 homicides for 1,120,718 residents each year. In 2011, the Global Study on murder, published by the UN, positioned Venezuela as the South American country with the highest rate of crime and violence. Barquisimeto is another most aggressive city from Venezuela. With high murder rate of 71.74 it is ranked at #9 in the list. It is the second most risky city in the Venezuela. In 2013, the murder rate is 64.72 and Homicides rated as 621.
List of 10 Most Violent Places on Earth:
Above all we have a large discussion on top most dangerous cities in the world. In spite of being the above cities are most beautiful areas of the world but these cities simply present too much hazard for the average traveler to hang out. It’s safer to find a place where you aren’t as likely to catch a stray bullet and become a victim for attacking.