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The Safe Cities Index analyzed many factors, including crime, general health, hospital quality and terrorism risk, and ranked each city according to how they performed in each area (photo Sydney)

Sydney and Melbourne are named as two of the safest cities in the world

  • The Safe City Index analyzed factors such as crime, health and hospitals
  • Of the 60 cities on the list, Sydney is fifth and Melbourne is tenth
  • These two were the only Australian cities that were on the list this year
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Sydney and Melbourne have been named as two of the safest cities in the world.

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The Safe Cities Index analyzed numerous factors, including crime, general health, hospital quality and terrorism risk, and ranked each city according to how they performed in each area.

Of the 60 cities that are on the list in 2019, Sydney achieved fifth place and Melbourne the tenth.

The Safe Cities Index analyzed many factors, including crime, general health, hospital quality and terrorism risk, and ranked each city according to how they performed in each area (photo Sydney)

The Safe Cities Index analyzed many factors, including crime, general health, hospital quality and terrorism risk, and ranked each city according to how they performed in each area (photo Sydney)

Sydney and Melbourne had the same rank in the infrastructure security, health and digital security categories.

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Sydney finished in tenth place in personal safety, while Melbourne dropped to the sixteenth.

& # 39; In every city where you & # 39; often see a woman walking alone at night, you can bet that it's a safe city & # 39 ;, said study assistant Alioune Badiane, president of Urban Think Tank Africa, in the report.

Of the 60 cities on the list in 2019, Sydney has taken fifth place and Melbourne (photo) the tenth

Of the 60 cities on the list in 2019, Sydney has taken fifth place and Melbourne (photo) the tenth

Of the 60 cities on the list in 2019, Sydney has taken fifth place and Melbourne (photo) the tenth

Although two major cities were high on the list, they were the only Australian cities that managed to appear.

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The safest city in the world is Tokyo, followed by Singapore, Osaka and Amsterdam.

The lowest ranked city was Lagos in Nigeria, which is a serious health and crime issue.

THE SAFE CITY INDEX

1. Tokyo – Japan

2. Singapore – Singapore

3. Osaka – Japan

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4. Amsterdam – the Netherlands

5. Sydney – Australia

6. Toronto – Canada

7. Washington – Washington

8. Copenhagen – Denmark

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9. Seoul – South Korea

10. Melbourne – Australia

11. Chicago – Illinois

12. Stockholm – Sweden

13. San Francisco – San Francisco

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14. London – England

15. New York – New York

16. Frankfurt – Germany

17. Los Angeles – California

18. Wellington – New Zealand

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19. Zurich – Switzerland

20. Hong Kong – People's Republic of China

21. Dallas – Texas

22. Taipei – Taiwan

23. Paris – France

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24. Brussels – Belgium

25. Madrid – Spain

26. Barcelona – Spain

27. Abu Dhabi – United Arab Emirates

28. Dubai – United Arab Emirates

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29. Milan – Italy

30. Rome – Italy

31. Beijing – People's Republic of China

32. Shanghai – People's Republic of China

33. Santiago – Chile

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34. Buenos Aires – Argentina

35. Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia

36. Istanbul – Turkey

37. Moscow – Russia

38. Kuwait City – Kuwait

39. Riyadh – Saudi Arabia

40. Mexico City – Mexico

41. Rio de Janeiro – Brazil

42. Sao Paulo – Brazil

43. Manila – Philippines

44. Johannesburg – South Africa

45. Lima – Peru

46. ​​Mumbai – India

47. Bangkok – Thailand

48. Ho Chi Minh city – Vietnam

49. Baku – Azerbaijan

50. Quito – Ecuador

51. Bogota – Colombia

52. New Delhi – India

53. Jakarta – Indonesia

54. Casablanca – Morocco

55. Cairo – Egypt

56. Dhaka – Bangladesh

57. Karachi – Pakistan

58. Yangon – Myanmar

59. Caracas – Venezuela

60. Lagos – Nigeria

Source: The Economist

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