The Economist Intelligence Unit unveiled its ranking of the 60 safest cities in the world, a ranking that takes into account personal safety, infrastructure, health security and digital security.
Casablanca remains one of the least safe cities, according to the ranking. The metropolis occupies the 54th place ahead of only six cities (Cairo, Dhaka, Karachi, Yangon, Caracas and Lagos).
The survey is based on 57 criteria, completed research “large-scale” and “in-depth” interviews with experts in the field. Tokyo again leads the ranking, while Asia-Pacific cities occupy six of the top ten places. Singapore is 2nd followed by Osaka (3rd), Amsterdam (4th), Sydney, Toronto (6th), Washington, DC (7th) and Copenhagen (8th), Seoul and Melbourne (10th).