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50 World’s Most Violent Cities You Should Avoid To Travel

Supporters of Guinean presidential candidate Cellou Dalein Diallo gesture towards riot police after clashes broke out following presidential candidate Alpha Conde's declaration of electoral victory in Conakry on November 15, 2010.  Guinean presidential candidate Alpha Conde declared victory in a tense race ahead of official results which rival Cellou Dalein Diallo is threatening to reject, alleging voting fraud. Clashes broke out between Diallo's supporters and security forces who blocked streets in the capital Conakry, responding with tear gas after having stones and other objects thrown at them.  AFP PHOTO / ISSOUF SANOGO (Photo credit should read ISSOUF SANOGO/AFP/Getty Images)
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There is a fresh out of the plastic new positioning of the world’s most brutal urban areas from Mexico’s Nationals’ Board for Open Security and Criminal Equity. An entire 33% of worldwide murders happen in Latin America, despite the fact that the area has only 8% of the world’s populace, as indicated by UN information. Drug trafficking, posse wars, political flimsiness, debasement, and destitution add to the locale’s raised viciousness. The gathering’s positioning incorporates urban areas with a populace of more than 300,000 and doesn’t include passings battle zones or urban areas with occupied information, so a few unsafe urban communities won’t not be spoken to on the rundown.

1.San Pedro Sula, Honduras had 171.20 homicides per 100,000 residents.

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