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Top 10 Most Dangerous Countries In The World 2015

Peace is the only thing an individual demands to stay in any country but with the passage of time it becomes rare on the only living planet in universe, not just in developing countries but also in most developed one’s like United States and Russia.

What forces behind all these criminal and terror activities are still unknown or if anyone know, it might not possible to expose them. The factors which made country dangerous to live are Sexual Violence, high levels of trafficking and domestic servitude, homicides, terrorist activity, heavy weapon and nuclear capability among others.

Every country has losing its power and law enforcement agencies seems to unable to establish peace in the countries. Hoping that we succeeded to achieve the goal of peace in the world, we have listed most dangerous countries in the world.

10. Russia

Russia is the largest country in the world, officially known as Russian Federation which inhabited one-eighth of the Earth’s land area and with nearly 144 millio…

Death penalty: Pakistan continues to execute child offenders in spite of UN experts’ appeals

GENEVA (2 October 2015) – A group of United Nations human rights experts* today reiterated their call on Pakistan to reinstate a moratorium on the death penalty and urgently investigate all cases where uncertain age determination processes have led to sentencing of children to death. It is estimated that 8,300 persons are currently on death row in Pakistan, hundreds of them were reportedly sentenced for offences committed as children.

“It is particularly appalling that in a country where only one third of children are registered at birth and where age determination techniques remain rudimentary, courts can pronounce and confirm death sentences on children based on visual assessment by the police and refuse to take into account evidence of juvenility, even when provided by the Pakistani authorities themselves,” they stressed.

The independent experts’ call comes after this week’s execution by hanging of Ansar Iqbal, 15 years old when arrested and condemned to death. This execution was …


Text "In 2014, President Obama named the three major threats to US national security; ISIS, Russia and Ebola (because spiraling national debt, unequal distribution of wealth, over-incarceration, climate change etc are less pressing issues.)%)))It would be fair to say that Russian politicians took much offence to being placed in this list, next to a terror organisation and a disease. In relation to this statement, Putin answers a number of questions from a US journalist at the Valdai International Discussion Club, late 2014.I'm not affiliated to them but I encourage those interested in Eurasian politics to follow Valdai on Facebook, for truthful insights with leading experts."