The Middle East is the most dangerous place in the world to be a foreigner, according to a new study.
CNN has compiled a guide for foreigners in the region.
“There are so many factors that lead to this, but there are some things that make the Middle Eastern a place that attracts people who want to hurt others,” CNN International’s senior international correspondent, Chris Stokes, said in a statement.
“It’s one of those places that’s so dangerous that the only way to get out of there is to get killed.”
Stokes added: “The Middle East, and the world in general, has become very dangerous.”
The CNN GlobalSecurity project, which tracks global trends and trends in the regions most at-risk countries, released the findings in March.
It tracked the number of terror-related deaths, the number killed by terrorists and other violent extremist groups and the number injured in the conflict.
According to the report, between 2015 and 2017, the Middle Ages, including the Middle Euphrates, Tigris and Euphrates River Valley (MEU), witnessed the highest number of violent extremist attacks.
Middle East countries in the period saw the most attacks, with the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia seeing the most incidents.
Saudi Arabia has been at the forefront of the campaign against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), the group ISIS has been using to carry out attacks in Syria and Iraq.
“These violent extremist organizations are taking the Middle Countries hostage and using them as their base of operations,” the report states.
“They are making use of the Middle World’s most vulnerable population, people in the most vulnerable countries, in a desperate bid to further their extremist agenda.”
Stoke noted that the Middle countries have been hit particularly hard by the spread of the virus.
“In the Middle and East, people are suffering and there is a lot of violence there, but the Middle Kingdom and the rest of the MENA region have seen a lot more of it,” Stokes said.
“The violence is growing faster than anywhere else.”
The Middle countries are not alone in seeing increased attacks, but it is the Middle States that have been hardest hit.
Middle States The United Arab States, a U.S. ally, saw a sharp increase in attacks between 2017 and 2017.
Middle Africa saw the highest death toll in the report.
Between January and September 2017, more than 3,500 people died in conflict-related violence, including at least 2,816 civilians, including 4,836 children, according the report from the Middle Studies Institute at King’s College London.
The report also noted that violent extremists in the MENAs region are using the region as a base for attacks.
The number of fatalities in conflict is the second-highest in the group after North Africa, with 9,957 people killed, according CNN.
“While the Middle is the main target for the international community in the war on terror, the countries of the region are suffering the consequences of this war on their own,” the CNN Global Security report stated.
The Middle States were also hit hardest by the Syrian Civil War, which lasted from 2011 to 2015.
The conflict between the Assad government and rebel groups in Syria, which has claimed more than 100,000 lives, saw at least 4.2 million people displaced, according an estimate by the U.N. Refugee Agency.
More than 3.6 million people have been killed, the U,N.
Middle Countries in the East The countries in Eastern and Southern Europe are experiencing a surge in violence and terrorism, the report said.
In the Middle Atlantic, the region saw the second highest number, with more than 1,000 people killed.
More violence and terror incidents occurred in Europe and the Middle east between 2017-2017 than any other region.
The countries of Eastern Europe and Eastern Asia were the most affected, with a combined population of 1.4 billion people.
“Eastern Europe is suffering from the rise of extremist organizations and has been under threat from the violence,” Stoke said.
The rise of terrorism in the EU is especially alarming, the CNN report stated, citing data released by the EU.
“This is not just a threat to European countries.
This is a threat for the entire European Union and the European Union as a whole,” Stake added.
“We have a duty to speak out against the threats we see in Europe, we have a responsibility to do that.”