A UK research firm named four African countries as dangerous travel destinations for women to visit, out of a list of ten global nations. Egypt ranked fifth because of (political) instability that has given rise to cases of sexual assault after the 2011 revolution. South Africa ranked seventh for the robberies at gun-point, rape and sexual assault cases. Morocco entered the list at number eight for harassment, while Kenya took the 10th spot for sexual violence against women. Other countries that made the list include: India (1), Brazil (2), Turkey (3), Thailand (4), Colombia (6), Mexico (9).
Source: Daily Mail