Which countries are most likely to see a rise in terrorism?

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The top five countries with the highest number of attacks are all in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), a new report by The Intelligence Report has found.

The report, released Wednesday, shows the top five nations with the largest populations of people born in the MENA region are Egypt, Iraq, Tunisia, Morocco and Qatar.

The MENA countries include Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates.

Iran, Algeria and Libya have the next-highest populations in the region, according to the report.

The five MENA nations account for more than 40 percent of global terrorism, which has been the leading cause of death and injury since 2009.

“It is a global phenomenon, a combination of political instability and economic hardships, but it has been happening for a long time,” said Peter Neumann, the executive director of The Intelligence Force, a private research firm.

“And it is only going to get worse as we get further into the 21st century.”

According to the latest figures from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, the number of deaths due to terrorism in the world’s most populous nation reached a record 5,719 in 2015, a figure that has since decreased to 4,878.

The United Nations Security Council, which sets international drug policy, also warned in 2015 that the trend toward violence and terrorism in MENA is reaching a tipping point.

“The trend is towards increased violence, and as the number and intensity of attacks increase, so will the threat of violence,” the council said in a statement.

“This is a real and pressing concern, as the threat to the security and well-being of the entire region, and particularly its most vulnerable populations, is now being increasingly evident.”

The Intelligence report, which also examines the threat posed by homegrown terrorists, finds that countries with more than 5 million people are the most likely among the nations with higher levels of terrorism.

Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia are also among the most dangerous regions for the average citizen.

The country with the greatest risk is Pakistan, followed by India, Pakistan and the UAE.

The Middle East countries are also the most at risk in terms of economic losses, with Saudi Arabia accounting for nearly half of the total economic losses due to economic disruption caused by terrorism in that region, The Intelligence reported.

Egypt is the most vulnerable to economic loss, with a $14.3 billion loss due to its economic downturn and a $3.3 trillion loss due due to a series of terrorist attacks in the country.

Yemen is the country with one of the highest economic losses caused by economic disruption due to terrorist attacks.

In the Arab world, countries with at least 100,000 people are most vulnerable due to the economic turmoil caused by the terror attacks in Paris and Brussels.

The next most vulnerable nations are Algeria, Morocco, Egypt, Qatar and Tunisia.

The US, Britain, Germany, France, Canada, Israel, Italy, Saudi, Singapore, and South Korea are also at risk of losing an estimated $5.4 trillion due to terror-related economic disruptions in the Arab region.

“Terrorist attacks are now more costly to the global economy, but they are also becoming more costly and dangerous to the lives of millions of people in the countries impacted by these attacks,” Neumann said.

The top countries with a greater number of terror attacks are Egypt with 5,822, Pakistan with 3,856, Algeria with 2,979, Tunisia with 2.4 million, Qatar with 1,891, Morocco with 1.3 million and Morocco with 832.

The bottom five countries in terms, with the lowest number of terrorist-related deaths, are Pakistan, Morocco (1), Tunisia (2), UAE (3), India (4), Saudi Arabia (5) and Jordan (6).

The report also identifies four regions that are particularly vulnerable to terrorism, including the Middle West, North Asia, Central Asia and Europe.

The region with the smallest population in terms is the United States, which had only 1,400 terrorist attacks, the report said.

Egypt has the highest suicide rate in the Muslim world, with more people dying by suicide than in other conflicts, the Intelligence report found.

It said the country’s suicide rate is more than double that of Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan combined.

It also noted the country has one of highest rates of women committing suicide.

Tunisia, which experienced a wave of terrorism during the Arab Spring, had a suicide rate of nearly 14 per 100,00 people.

According to data from the International Federation of the Red Cross, Tunisia has the second-highest suicide rate among all countries in the United Kingdom.

The most important indicators for terrorist attacks are the number, type and frequency of attacks and the nature of the threat.

The Intelligence study, which surveyed 5,934 people, finds terrorism is growing, with some countries experiencing it at a higher rate than others.

For example, the rate of terror is