#3 Caracas, Venezuela
Violence and governmental protest continue to increase along with inflation and crime since the passing of Venezuelan President, Hugo Chavez, on March 5, 2013. Protestors flood the streets of Venezuelan capital, Caracas, almost daily. Numerous youth have resided to either engage in violent protest or have given up on the country, taking opportunities to study abroad in an attempt to trampoline out of the country as its living conditions have been described by citizens as “impossible.” A coup d’etat has been deemed imminent.
10 Most Dangerous Cities in the World 2014 – Caracas