Special Report

Countries With the Most Dangerous Roads

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10. Democratic Republic of the Congo
> Road traffic deaths per capita: 34.9 per 100,000
> Number of annual road traffic deaths: 30,256
> Est. population: 86,693,410

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9. Burundi
> Road traffic deaths per capita: 35.5 per 100,000
> Number of annual road traffic deaths: 4,089
> Est. population: 11,518,310

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8. Saudi Arabia
> Road traffic deaths per capita: 35.9 per 100,000
> Number of annual road traffic deaths: 12,317
> Est. population: 34,309,192

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7. South Sudan
> Road traffic deaths per capita: 36.7 per 100,000
> Number of annual road traffic deaths: 4,063
> Est. population: 11,070,845

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6. Central African Republic
> Road traffic deaths per capita: 37.7 per 100,000
> Number of annual road traffic deaths: 1,790
> Est. population: 4,748,011

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