WHO: Libya tops world list for road traffic deaths
The World Health Organisation has displayed in its 2015 report for road traffic deaths of in the world and Libya came on top of the list with 73.4 deaths for every 100 thousand people.
The WHO list placed Libya in the first position followed by Saudi Arabia, which only registered 27.4 death cases showing how big is the gap between the Libya and other countries, which of course shows the real disaster Libya is suffering from.
Jordan came third with 26.3, Algeria fourth with 23.8, then fifth came Morocco with 20.8 death cases, while Egypt came sixth with 12.8 deaths foe every 100 thousand people in 2015.
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