Vatican City is the world's most dangerous country.
This unexpected paradox arose due to how scores are calculated: the number of civil infractions and criminal offenses committed in a year should be divided by the municipal population. The number is considerably fewer in Vatican City than in So Paulo, Lagos, or the Bronx. In 2006, for example, the population of Vatican City was 492 people, but the number of crimes reported on its territory was 827. As a result, the statistical crime rate in the country was found to be the highest in the world - 1.68 crimes per inhabitant.