Top 10 Most Dangerous Countries in the World

We have a list of Top 10 most dangerous countries in the World 2020. Least peaceful countries are facing much problems like terror from inside and external threats.

Top 10 least peaceful countries in World

10. Pakistan

Pakistan has long been accused by its neighbors India and Afghanistan. Pakistan’s tribal region along the border of Afghanistan has been claimed to be a “haven for terrorists” by western media and the United States Defense Secretary. ISI has often been accused of playing a role in major terrorist attacks across India. 35,000 Pakistanis also killed between September 2001 to May 2011.

9. Democratic Republic of Congo

There is risk of the global risk of indiscriminate terrorist attacks which could be in public areas, including those frequented by expatriates and foreign travelers. Renewed fighting in the Democratic Republic of Congo has put thousands of civilians in harm’s way. The rebel group M23 is responsible for the violence in the eastern city.

8. Libya

Libya is a high threat from terrorism. Militants participated in the 2011 Libyan Civil War as the Libyan Islamic Movement and are now involved in the Libyan Civil War of 2014 as members of the Libya Shield Force. Terrorist groups in southern and south-west Libya are also of concern and are using the area as a safe haven and transit route. Attacks have been launched in Libya and across the wider region.

7. Central African Republic

Central African Republic has endured multiple civil wars spawning many anti-government militias. Its long-running civil war can be traced to the authoritarian regimes its faced since 1960. Every year of violence has killed thousands, forced a million from their homes.

6. Afghanistan

It remained peaceful during Zahir Shah’s forty years of monarchy. A series of coups in the 1970s was followed by a series of civil wars that devastated much of Afghanistan and continues to this day. Its under the attack of Taliban.

5. Yemen

Yemen has been in a state of political crisis starting with street protests against poverty, unemployment, corruption, and president Saleh's plan to amend Yemen's constitution and eliminate the presidential term limit, in effect making him president for life. 56,000 civilians and combatants have been killed in armed violence in Yemen since January 2016.

4. Syria

Syria has been a victim of terrorism. Syria has been swept by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria and in some cases Jabhat al-Nusra. Islamist attacked both civilians and off-duty military personnel. The South Lebanese Army allegedly set up camps to help train the Muslim Brotherhood insurgents.

3. South Sudan

Terrorism in Sudan is one of the important problems of the state of Sudan. Their government wanted to fight against terrorism in the country. Terrorism was introduced to Sudan in the early 1990s when Osama Bin Ladin and his followers came to the country and built a training camp infrastructure as well as setting up a business and finance network. South Sudan gained independence from the Republic of the Sudan in 2011. South Sudan has a population of 12 million & half under 18 years old. It has suffered ethnic violence and endured a civil war from 2013 until February 22, 2020.

2. Iraq

Sunni and Shia militants fighting against each other and against the new Iraqi Interim Government installed in June 2004 and against Coalition forces. ISIS Group is still active there. ISIS held 56,000 square kilometers of Iraqi territory, containing 4.5 million citizens. The Islamic State executed over 300 police and army personnel, as well as civil activists by a firing squad in Mosul Iraq. ISIS killed 1,700 unarmed Iraqi Air Force cadets who were caught trying to flee to safety. Al-Qaeda leaders have seen the Iraq war as a boon to their recruiting and operational efforts. They providing evidence to jihadists worldwide that America is at war with Islam. Iraq's Parliament called on the United States to set a timetable for withdrawal and US coalition partners such as the UK and Denmark began withdrawing their forces from the country. This war in Iraq has resulted in between 151,000 and 1.2 million Iraqis being killed.

1. Somalia

Somalia has 15 million population & most people in the country are Sunni Muslims. Somali Civil War is concentrated in southern Somalia. It began in early February 2009, with the conflict between the forces of the Federal Government of Somalia assisted by African Union peacekeeping troops and various militant Islamist groups and factions. According to Necrometrics, around 500,000 people are estimated to have been killed in Somalia since the start of the civil war in 23 months following Jan 1991.