The 10 Most Dangerous Countries in the World
Russia: Police officers in Russia detain a woman with a poster reading "Freedom for Alexei Navalny" during a protest in Moscow.
Central African Republic: Soldiers of the U.N.'s Territorial Intervention Brigade 6 (BIT6) of the Central African Armed Forces (FACA) patrol the frontline in Boal.
Libya: African migrants gather at a makeshift shelter in Tripoli in October 2021, after Libyan authorities raided multiple houses.
Democratic Republic of the Congo: A group of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) asylum-seekers carry their belongings past a truck reading PEACE.
Somalia: Five people were killed and more than a dozen injured in a car bombing near in Somalia's capital Mogadishu in November 2021.
Iraq: Demonstrators in Baghdad face police during an antigovernment protest in May 2021.
South Sudan: Women from the Murle ethnic group in South Sudan wait in line for a food distribution by the United Nations World Food.
Syria: In the decades-long Syrian conflict, as many as 5.5 million Syrians have become refugees.
Yemen: Yemen ranks as one of the worst countries for food security, and many of its children are on the brink of starvation.
Afghanistan: Afghanistan has been extremely unstable and dangerous for decades, but things have become worse since the Taliban took.