A report by The Wire has revealed which countries are the most dangerous for its readers, as well as which ones are the safest.
The Wire’s annual report on world affairs includes rankings for a number of dangerous places, including North Korea, Venezuela, Afghanistan and Iraq.
Here are the 10 countries with the most-dangerous places in the world.
North Korea – #1 Country in the World, by Wire #10 Country in 2017: North Korea (Image: Wire)The world’s most secretive country has topped the list for the third year running, with North Korea topping the list in 2018 for the fourth year in a row.
The country ranks as the fifth most dangerous country for journalists in the entire world.
The report says that the country is home to over a quarter of the world’s imprisoned journalists, with over 1.3 million people detained since the start of the year.
The Guardian reports that North Korea is one of the most violent countries in the Middle East.
The nation is believed to be responsible for the death of up to 1,000 people since the end of February.
The Wire’s latest report says the country’s isolation is having an impact on its journalists.
According to the report, North Korea has only recently started allowing journalists in.
The North Korean government does not allow foreign media to cover events there, making it difficult for the international media to report on the country and its human rights abuses.
Venezuela – #3 Country in World, 2018: Venezuela (“Source: Wire”)Venezuela’s situation on the world stage is also dire.
The 2017 report by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said the country has one of highest levels of severe food insecurity and a lack of access to clean drinking water.
It also states that the government is responsible for around 90 percent of all recorded cases of food insecurity in the country.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has repeatedly called for the country to implement an “economic revolution” to solve its chronic food insecurity crisis.
However, he has refused to grant foreign aid to the country in order to secure a better living standard for its citizens.
The Venezuelan government has also been accused of corruption and abuse of power, as part of a wider scandal that has rocked the country over the past two years.
Afghanistan – #5 Country in Asia, 2018 : Afghanistan The country has been on the front lines of the war on terror for decades.
According, the report by Amnesty International, the country was responsible for at least 5,400 civilians killed in its conflict in 2017, as opposed to 5,700 civilians killed during the previous year.
In addition, over 1,100 people have been killed in a bomb attack on a military convoy during the war.
The latest report by Human Rights Watch says that at least 1,500 children were among the casualties in the 2017 war, as a result of the Taliban’s attack on schools in the city of Nangarhar.
Afghanistan is the third most dangerous place to live in the Americas, 2018 (“Source : Wire)Afghanistan is the most militarised country in the region, according to the 2018 report by Global Terrorism Database.
The Afghan government has reportedly killed at least 40,000 civilians in its war on the Taliban since 2001.
The Taliban have been responsible for hundreds of civilian deaths in Afghanistan over the last two decades.
Iraq – #2 Country in Global News, 2018 (Image: Reuters)The country is also the most threatened in the Islamic world, according the 2018 World Press Freedom Index, which ranks the nations in the same order as North Korea and Iraq on a scale of 1-100.
The 2018 report said that the Iraq conflict has caused the deaths of more than 6,000 children in the past 12 months, with the number of children under the age of five expected to reach a staggering 1,800 by 2021.
Venezuela, Bolivia and Peru – #4 Countries in World News, 2017: Venezuela, Peru and Bolivia (” Source: Wire )Venezuelas and Bolivia have been the world leaders in their respective fields of governance for decades, but their countries have been plagued by a series of political and economic crises.
In 2018, the three countries were ranked as the third-most dangerous countries in terms of their gross domestic product, which is measured by gross national product.
Bolivia is the poorest country in Latin America, according data from the UN Office for Budget and Economic Affairs.
It has been plagued with corruption scandals and the imposition of harsh austerity measures by the socialist government of Hugo Chávez.
The recent election of a socialist president in Venezuela and the countrys economic woes, have caused a decline in public support for the socialist system.
Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria – #7 Countries in Global Politics, 2018 – 2018 World Bank Report (“Sources: Wire, UN World Development Report, AP, AFP, Reuters, AP