1. Mexico (13% of the population fell victim of a capital crime in the past 12 months) / 2. Chile (8,2%) / 3. Belgium (6,4%) / 4. Israel (6,3%) / 5. Portugal (5,9%) / Source: OECD
Rights groups have called on Mexican authorities to combat impunity, saying violence will continue "until that changes." With more than 100 journalists killed since 2000, Mexico is set to break another tragic record.
The Egyptian capital Cairo is the world's most dangerous megacity for women, with high rates of harassment and a lack of opportunities. In the Thomson Reuters Foundation poll, London ranked best metropolis for women.
Trinh Xuan Thanh has turned up in Hanoi after reportedly being kidnapped off the street in Berlin by Vietnamese secret services. Vietnam insists he returned of his own free will.
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