Buenos Aires, Argentina (Engadget) — Buenos Aires is a city where, at the same time, its tourism is a global phenomenon, the second largest in the world after Tokyo.
The city has a rich history, including its long colonial history, which is the reason why its population of around 7 million people is bigger than most cities in the Americas.
However, despite its international reputation, it is still a place that people don’t feel safe in, according to the report published by Tourism and Culture Institute of Argentina (TCIA) and the Argentine National Tourism Authority (ANA).
The report “A History of the World’s Most Dangerous Places to Go to” tells the stories of more than 30 countries, in which visitors often get scared, or find themselves in dangerous situations.
It is the result of research carried out over a period of six years by TCIA, the National Tourism Council of Argentina, and the Association of Argentinean Travel Agents (AETA).
The study looked at the top 50 countries in the globe, based on how many people visit each day.
Each country has been chosen based on a combination of factors, including the number of tourists visiting each year, the number and number of dangerous places visited, and a number of incidents that occurred in those countries.
The study was conducted between March and June 2017.
The top five countries were Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, and Turkey.
The other top five are Venezuela, Algeria, Iran, and Pakistan.
“In terms of the number, the most dangerous countries are Mexico, Argentina and Brazil.
They’re the ones with the most people,” TCAI President Fernando Salas told Engadgeat.
“There’s also a number that is slightly lower, but in terms of number, we see that Turkey is the most violent country in the top five.
It’s not as violent as some of the other countries, but it’s also not as safe as it is in other countries.”
According to the research, Mexico has the highest number of people killed by violent crime per capita in the hemisphere, with nearly 2,700 people murdered every day.
Argentina has a higher murder rate than any other country in Latin America.
Argentina also has the most drug-related deaths per capita, with almost 12,000 people killed in the last five years.
According to a recent report by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Brazil had the highest murder rate per capita of any country in South America, but the country’s homicide rate fell by almost half in 2016 to the lowest level in Latin American history.
“The number of crimes per 100,000 inhabitants in Mexico has been declining for years, but we’re still seeing a dramatic decrease,” Salas said.
“So, the problem is the drugs.
They kill people and take their money and people have no protection.
There’s also violence, which we’re seeing in the capital, San Jose, which has a large number of violent incidents.
This is a problem that has to be solved, but they have to take it from the street level.”
According the report, Argentina is also home to the largest number of foreign workers in the continent, at around 40,000, and has the second highest number, of foreign students in Latin and Central America, at about 17,000.
But Salas noted that, while the number is growing, the level of unemployment in Argentina is extremely high.
“It’s still a high number.
You can find the same people and you can find them living in the same places.
In Argentina, there are people who want to go back home, but there’s a lot of people who don’t want to do so,” he said.”
There’s a huge problem in the country, in terms, the situation of the people living there.
It takes years to get them out, because of the unemployment rate.
And that’s a problem.
And it’s a challenge that has not been addressed by the government.
We’ve got to be really vigilant, because there are problems in other places, too.
But, at least in the region, it’s not the problem that is causing the problem.”
The report comes as the city of San José, which sits on a vast expanse of land, is experiencing an economic boom.
A number of hotels, restaurants, and even an entire town are opening their doors, including a new hotel that has just opened.
While the tourism boom in the city is creating a lot more jobs, there is a growing fear that the country will lose its reputation as a safe destination for tourists and tourists will flock to the city to find a better life.
“We have the largest city in Argentina, but at the moment, there’s only one city, San José.
And there’s not a lot for tourists to come here.
The tourists come to the tourist areas and they stay there for a while, but then they leave,” Sales said