Caracas, Venezuela, is also known as "Carcass City" - and it's not hard to see why. Every year, 15,000 people are murdered on the streets - that's a staggering 40 killings every day, which is the world's worst murder rate and about 42 times higher than the UK's.
In Caracas, you can be killed just because a tattooed young thug wants your trainers, jeans or t-shirt. Almost all the cocaine that reaches Britain comes via Venezuela. Drug-dealing gangs control the neighbourhoods and the corrupt police force are responsible for some of the worst crimes in the country. Blimey!
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