South Sudan among world’s ‘most dangerous’ countries for 2020
A new interactive map has revealed the world’s most dangerous countries for 2020.
This year’s Travel Risk Map, created by global risk experts International SOS, ranks the safety of countries across three different criteria: medical, security and road safety.
For the security section, countries receive a rating out of five and are placed into one of five bands – ranging from having an ‘insignificant’ security risk to an ‘extreme’ security risk.
Mali, Somalia, South Sudan, Central African Republic, Yemen, Libya, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and part of Ukraine was listed as being an extreme travel security risk.