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Some of the world's major cities are becoming tougher places to live due to rising political and social unrest, as well as growing threats of terrorism.
The Economist Intelligence Unit report, which ranks the best and worst cities to live in the world, found that 10 cities in Western Europe suffered falls in liveability in the wake of attacks in Paris and Brussels.
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However, it has one of the most improved liveability scores over the last five years. Karachi, Pakistan -- This city had one of the lowest scores for stability and for culture and environment.
However, a modest score for education at 66.7 helped keep it from topping the worst cities to live ranking. Dhaka, Bangladesh -- The EIU said that "violent acts of terrorism" in Bangladesh have taken their toll on the city's liveability ranking, as it has the lowest score for infrastructure out of the 140 cities surveyed. Lagos, Nigeria --The city has the worst score for stability at 10.