The Economist recently came out with a survey of the most and least livable cities. So which areas round out the bottom of the list?
Pollution, disease, corruption, terror attacks and some of the worst traffic in the world - all of this can be found in Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh. The city is marked with high unemployment and inadequate infrastructure, and more than thirty percent of its population is living below the poverty line.
It may come as a surprise that even Dhaka doesn't qualify as one of the Economist's five least livable cities in 2016. So, which cities do? Watch today's Seeker Daily video to find out.
The Economist: The world's most liveable cities