So terrible, and I used to love Acapulco! Oh well…
In the United States, the number of homicides supposedly is at a near 25-year low — at approximately 5.3 homicides per 100,000 people.
Nevertheless, 2 of the 26 most dangerous cities in the world — where the murder rate is more than 50 per 100,000 people — are in the U.S., according to data provided by international research group Seguridad, Justicia y Paz. They are St. Louis, Missouri (#14)and Baltimore, Maryland (#26).
The ranking is determined by a city’s rate of homicide (# of homicides per 100,000 people), not by the absolute number of homicides.
A shocking 23 of the world’s 26 most dangerous cities are in Latin America:
- 8 in Brazil: Natal (#10) Belém (#11), Aracaju (#12), Feira de Santana (#15), Vitória da Conquista (#16), Campos dos Goytacazes (#19), Salvador (#21), Maceió (#25).
- 6 in Venezuela: Caracas (#1), Maturín (#6), Ciudad Guayana (#8), Valencia (#9), Barquisimeto…
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