Jul 10, 2024, 04:47 PM IST

10 worst cities in the world to live in

Pravrajya Suruchi

Tripoli, Libya:  This war-torn city faces ongoing political instability, violence, and a lack of basic necessities like reliable electricity and clean water.

Lagos, Nigeria:  Lagos struggles with overcrowding, poverty, and crime. Traffic congestion and air pollution are also major concerns.

Caracas, Venezuela:  Venezuela's economic and political crisis has severely impacted Caracas. Residents face shortages of food, medicine, and basic necessities, along with high crime rates.

Damascus, Syria:  The Syrian civil war has caused immense devastation in Damascus. The city faces ongoing conflict, infrastructure damage, and a humanitarian crisis.

Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea:  While rich in natural resources, Port Moresby grapples with social unrest, high crime rates, and a lack of basic infrastructure.

Khan Mis Sheber, Syria:  Another Syrian city heavily impacted by the civil war, Khan Mis Sheber faces a dangerous living environment with limited access to resources and constant threats of violence.

Kabul, Afghanistan:  The ongoing political instability and conflict in Afghanistan make Kabul a dangerous place to live. Residents face a lack of security, limited healthcare, and a struggling economy.

Bangui, Central African Republic:  Central African Republic experiences ongoing civil war and violence. Bangui, the capital, faces a lack of basic necessities, a fragile security situation, and a struggling economy.

Mogadishu, Somalia:  Somalia has a long history of instability, and Mogadishu faces challenges like piracy, terrorism, and a lack of basic infrastructure.

Khartoum, Sudan:   Khartoum has seen political unrest, economic hardship, and limited access to resources. Residents face high poverty rates and a fragile healthcare system.

This information is not DNA's opinion but obtained from media reports. Source: The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU)