Don Karl Juravin (JURAVIN RESEARCH) conducted a world's thorough study of the crime rates comparing 230 countries, particularly theft and burglary. The theory is that the region with the least number of break-ins and robberies would be the safest place to live. Overall, Juravin determined that even developed first world countries had terrible crime rates that belied the first world country status.
“Qualified civilians” excludes under/over age, females, and disabled JURAVIN RESEARCH (Orlando, Florida, USA) conducted an extensive (latest, 2019) study comparing 230 countries investment in active military personnel. The research focused... Read More
There are plenty of good reasons that explain the increasing number of people looking for homes for sale in Winnipeg. Canadians are generally considered friendly and nice, but Winnipeggers and... Read More
Recent data released by the UK Addiction Treatment (UKAT) Centres shows that in the last 2 years, admissions across their 6 UK-wide treatment centres for over the counter painkillers such... Read More
The Department of Homeland Security said that the official request banned green card holders from those nations from re-entering the United States. No less than one case immediately incited a... Read More