Top 10 Countries With The Most Billionaires Per Capita

There are 1,810 billionaires in the world, with an aggregate net worth of $6.5 trillion, according to the 2016 InsiderMonkey list of the world’s top Countries With The Most Billionaires Per Capita. This is a snapshot of the countries with the most billionaire citizens, taken on Feb. 12, along with their aggregate net worth and the richest individual in each country.

The world's most populated country China, now also has the most number of billionaires at 596 surpassing the US, which has 537 billionaires. This is the first time that China has overtaken the US in the ranking. The combined total wealth of these billionaires hit $2.1tn, (£1.3tn) more than the GDP of many countries like India and Russia. But you should check top 25 cities with the most billionaires in the world as well as.
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16 Most Popular Beers In the World

Beer and liquor have always been an important part of our culture—especially pop culture. We've got movie-themed bars (like NYC's Will Ferrell-themed Stay Classy New York) popping up with cult classic movie quotes imagined in cocktails and TV shows that inspire their own liege of cocktails. And in recent decades, craft brewers—particularly in the U.S.—have quietly begun a revolution, pushing new extremes with the way people drink and think about beer. From double IPA's to barrel-aged beers that soak up flavor for months, we are starting to see dedication to the craft of brewing that rivals Europe's enthusiasm for wine. With a helping hand from Insidermonkey's experts, we've listed 16 Most Popular Beers In the World. Beer freak or not, these beers need to be on your bucket—or pint—list.

The most popular beer in the world isn't from Germany, England, USA or Mexico.That honor goes instead to Snow. Never heard of it? This Chinese brand — according to new research — is the most popular beer in the world. Last year, more than twice as many pints of Snow were consumed than Bud Light."Chinese beer scored in the top two spots with Snow and Tsingtao, with sports bar staple Bud Light in third place. The Budweiser brand isn't technically American. In 2008 Anheuser-Busch was bought by Belgium-based Inbev. That means that the only true American beer that ranks in the top 10 is Coors Light, based in Colorado. Meanwhile, the newly formed Inbev-Anheuser-Busch owns half of the top ten beers in the world, as well as a number of other beers including Stella and Corona, most of them are produced by the largest beer brewing companies in the world.
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16 Strongest Currencies in the World in 2015

‘Money is not everything’, people say. But it can change many things. Undoubtedly, all power and reputation is said to be associated with money somehow. The value of money is quantified under the name of currencies associated with different countries. There are 196 countries on the globe which have their own unique currencies. It is one of the point of differences between different countries. The worth of the currency belonging to any specific area is more likely to judge the economic and financial status of the country. The 16 Strongest Currencies in the World in 2015 are listed by Insidermonkey's experts.

Money is the order of the day. Folks from the underdeveloped world hanker after the riches and richest in the developed world of Europe, America and Middle-East to pursue the jobs & careers in they are seeking. The strongest economies have some of the most valued currencies in the world. The exchange rate is the key indicator of economic health of a nation. The circulation of money from developed and rich to poor and developing is indispensable and crucially essential for prosperity and peace in the world. The dinar of Gulf and USD are dominating the currency markets of the world. So all the trading in the world only depends on the currency and its value, strongest the currency value means strongest is the economy of the country. There are 10 most expensive currencies in the world.
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Top 15 Intelligence Agencies With Biggest Budgets In The World

An intelligence agency refers to a government institution which collects, analyze and exploit valuable information and intelligence to protect the national debts. The intelligence agencies help country to cope with security matters and to protect the nation from likely security breach; the core purpose of spy agencies is collection of secret information to secure the country from any internal and external happening which harm the stability of state either economically or politically.The intelligence agencies also provide indirect security to tangible and intangible infrastructure of the country like nuclear program or any document containing sensitive information. Personnel of any intelligence agency has been called agents, spies or undercover officers who vowed to devote his life and worked as secret agent for the state. Here are Top 15 Intelligence Agencies With Biggest Budgets In The World by Insidermonkey, are given which are working in present for its respective countries to lock the safety of nation.

An Intelligence Agency is an effective instrument of a national power. Aggressive intelligence is its primary weapon to destabilize the target. Indeed, no one knows what the intelligence agencies actually do so figuring out who the best intelligence service is can be difficult. The very nature of intelligence often means that the successes will not be public knowledge for years, whereas failures or controversial operations will be taken to the press. It’s a thankless situation. Still, from what little has emerged, one can have an idea of some of the better intelligence services out there, with the understanding that this is based on incomplete data. There are 7 greatest spies who ever lived in the world check here.
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10 Most Sold Nintendo Wii U Games

Nintendo's Wii U carries that distinction with pride. True gamers recognize that Wii U is home to some of the most fun and creative games this console generation. Nintendo basically has no other choice than to market the Wii U with nothing more than its own internally developed games, or games that it helped fund. But Nintendo is one of the greatest game developers of all time, and its Wii U games represent some of the company's strongest work yet. Insider Monkey make a list of 10 Most Sold Nintendo Wii U Games.

Wii U's unique control scheme also means it offers game play experiences you won't find anywhere else. While the Game Pad tablet controller may not feature multi-touch like the iPad and most other contemporary touch-screen devices, its physical buttons and analog sticks make it much better for controlling video games. Using two screens in concert, the Game Pad and your television, feels a lot like using Nintendo's other dual-screen device: the Nintendo 3DS. Some games also let you play exclusively on the Game Pad, freeing up the TV for someone else to use. Here are the 16 Best Selling Videogames in 2015 you must try.
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11 Countries with The Highest Mormon Population

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has over 15 million members (as of 2013), with more than half of those members living outside the United States. Wards and branches of the Church can be found in over 162 countries. Countries with the highest percentage of LDS members are the United States, the countries of Latin America, the Philippines, Canada, England, American Samoa, Tonga, and Western Samoa. The Church has minimal presence in China, the Middle-East, and Cuba. The Church is growing fastest in Africa, Latin America, and east Asia. Insider Monkey traced the 11 countries with the highest Mormon population by tracing the membership statistics which have been reported by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Due to a high conversion rate as well as a high birth rate, the number of Mormons worldwide has increased significantly; in just 45 years, the population has increased from 3 million to over 15 million. However, Mormons are generally densely populated in just a few countries, due to strong family ties and their tendency to build communities. Just 11 countries contain over 12 million Mormons. If you would like to know which countries contain the most Muslims, check out the 11 countries with the highest Muslim populations.
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11 Countries with Highest Muslim Population

Islam is the faith and believers of Islam are called Muslims. Islam spread in the whole world by Muhammad (SAW), the last messenger of Allah almighty. He created the system upon justice and equality between all the humans of world even they were non-Muslims. Last Prophet of Allah challenged the Super powers of that time and later the followers of He (SAW) defeated them. During the four Caliphates Islam spread to the peaks of humankind. The main center of Muslims is Holy Kaaba situated in Saudi Arabia. About 50 countries are stated as Muslim nations. Among them Insider Monkey make a list of  11 Countries with Highest Muslim Population. Countries with highest Muslim population are mostly in Asia and Africa. Most of the Muslim population is from Asian countries. 23 percent of world population have believe in Islam.

Believe in one Allah almighty, Angels, Revelations, Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and his Companions and the judgement day tells the truth about Muslim faith. By the figures shown by the Pew Research Center Washington D.C. Muslims are the second highest in number about 1.60 billion people which believes in Islam. And Christianity has the highest number of believers in the world. List of countries with highest Hindu population is also established by our team to know figures.
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11 Most Googled Countries in America

Millions of people across the globe rely on the trusty search bar for all of their information needs, including travel plans and general knowledge about the world and different countries. Google, the world’s favorite search engine, has been collecting data from its searches and compiling it. And thanks to Google Trends, the curiosities of the world are visible for all to see as the search engine giant reveals the favorite search terms of every country in the world. Insider Monkey make a list of 11 Most Googled Countries in America. 

These following countries may have vastly different preferences when it comes to searches, but they do have one thing in common – they’ve all peaked the highest level of interest from the rest of the world. What is it about these countries that intrigues internet users enough to dip into the pool of Google’s infinite knowledge and discover all they can about them? It’s not all about the size of the country: The United States, for instance, does not appear in the top fifteen most-searched list. In fact, it’s way down the list at number 23. Here is our another article about 20 Most Racist Places in America According To Google.
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10 Best Food Countries in Europe

Ever wondered where the healthiest eating people in Europe live? Or which European country has the best statistics when it comes to food-related illnesses and the like? Well, a study by NGO Oxfam has revealed all the answers, and the results may come as something of a surprise: From Switzerland, the land of chocolate, to Italy, the land of pizza, here are the 10 best food countries across Europe which list is made by our Insider monkey experts.

The one and only problem with going abroad is that, once you're home, you want to go back. Once you're back in a college kitchen living off leftovers, you find yourself daydreaming about all the food you had access to abroad. That gooey, melty burrata cheese. That sticky, sweet stracciatella gelato. That steaming hot plate of spaghetti. The food in Europe is unreal, and there are many countries with the best food in the world those we miss more than anything that you can't leave without trying.
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16 Biggest Fast Food Chains in the US

It may not be food of the Gods but it is definitely the food of the fast people living in today’s world. It may not be the healthiest thing around but it is definitely some of the cheapest and tastiest stuff you’ll get. It may not exactly be ‘gastronomically brilliant’ but at least it doesn’t have astronomical prices. Yep, what I am talking about is the food we all love to hate and yet hate to love, the none other than the food of our generation – Fast Food. Burgers, pizza, pasta, chicken wings, coffees, donuts – all made quickly and all on the go. Today, we can’t possibly do without that one fast food chain on which we all depend, be it McDonald’s for when your budget is low or Starbucks for our everyday fix of coffee. The recent times have seen a sudden spurt in the number of fast food chains in the world and yet, there are the 16 biggest fast food chains in the US which list is made by our Insider-monkeys experts.

It’s no secret that America loves fast food, but do you know just how much and just which restaurants? Fast food chains, known in the food industry as Quick Service Restaurants or QSRs, get ranked every year by lots of different criteria. Here are your 10 biggest fast food chains in the world by both revenue generated in 2011 and number of locations , as ranked by QSR Magazine. Revenue isn’t the only measure of success when it comes to fast food chains — they also compete for size and reach.
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6 European Royal Families Today

With all the attention around Britain’s forthcoming Royal Baby, you’d think the U.K. had a monopoly on monarchs -- infant or otherwise. In reality, there are 26 monarchies in the world, a fascinating network of kings, queens, sultans, emperors and emirs who rule or reign over 43 countries in all. It goes without saying, of course, that most royal families have a considerably lower international profile than the Windsors. That has a lot to do with Britain’s imperial history: Sixteen countries, including Canada and Australia, are still technically subjects of the British monarchy, which also once ruled much of the world. Among all of them Insidermonkey bring the list of 6 European Royal Families Today.

With so much at stake, royal families across the world have tried to keep the bloodlines clean and the seat of power firmly intact through strategic intermarriage. Ignoring rules of consanguinity may have kept various family members gainfully employed for generations. What’s the downside? (Aside from the inherent grossness, of course.) The overlapping of genetic material elevates chances of health and developmental problems, as well as murder and exile. Here is the list of 10 Countries That Have a King or a Queen. Read More!

11 Most Common Food Allergies In Infants

Any food may cause an allergic reaction, but 90% of food allergies in children are caused by just 6 common foods or food groups—milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and wheat. In adults, a similar percentage of serious allergies are caused by just 4 foods—peanuts, tree nuts, fish, and shellfish. Allergies to fruits and vegetables are much less common and usually less severe.Here is the list of Most Common Food Allergies In Infants which is made by Insidermonkey

It’s most important to introduce a baby to new foods gradually, one at a time, in case of food allergies. If not, a parent may have trouble tying an allergy to a specific new food. For example, if you give your baby three new foods over the course of a day and she develops an allergic reaction, you won’t know which of the foods provoked it. There are many countries with highest food allergies.
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12 Most Consumed Vegetables In the US

People have been trying to improve their diet more than ever. To our greatest luck, healthy food is slowly but safely taking over the world. The availability of fruits and veggies is extremely high and more and more people are putting their hands on healthy food instead on fast food. Vegetables are not only healthy, but they are also inexpensive, with every pound you buy you invest in your health and you can never put a price on that. The following list is evidence of the popularity which veggies have enjoyed recently. Here is the most consumed vegetables in the US which is made by the experts of Insidermonkey.

Americans are gobbling down a whole lot of potatoes and tomatoes — but often in the form of French fries and potato chips, and likewise, tomato sauce or ketchup, according to a recent report by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.  In 2013, 115.6 pounds per person of white potatoes were available for Americans to eat — a whopping two-thirds of which were consumed in the form of French fries, potato chips and other frozen or processed potato products, the report indicated. As well fruits,so what are the most consumed fruits in the US?
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Top 15 Intelligence Agencies with Biggest Personnel Size

Fear may be a strong motivator in uncertain times. Governments can only stretch so far, meaning some people are more than willing to pay private security companies to go the extra mile in protecting their loved ones. Firms operating in crisis zones around the world require protection as well, which has created a need for more vigilant and military-minded security service providers. Sometimes, these companies also assist governments and armed forces, providing highly trained armed personnel and logistical support. It’s a dog-eat-dog world out there, and it’s difficult to put a price tag on peace of mind. Insidermonkey make a list of top 15 intelligence agencies with biggest personnel size.

The Central Intelligence Agency‘s budget has increased dramatically in the last ten years, according to a top-secret document obtained by The Washington Post from former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden. As Barton Gellman and Greg Miller reported on Thursday, the CIA has become, perhaps surprisingly, the U.S. spy agency with the largest budget. Here is the top 15 intelligence agencies with the biggest budgets in the world.
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10 Countries That Consume the Most Genetically Modified Foods

Did you know the cotton shirt you’re wearing is probably made of genetically modified material? In fact, much of what we buy in America, whether it’s food or clothes, is genetically modified in some way. It is not required to label GMOs (genetically modified organisms) in the U.S. and Canada, but there are substantial restrictions, and even outright bans, on GMOs in 50 other countries, such as France, Spain, and the UK. However, come 2018, Whole Foods Market will start labeling GMOs in the U.S. The organic grocery chains’ locations in Britain already provide GMO labeled products, as required by the European Union. GMOs include any animal or plant with artificially transferred genes from an unrelated animal or plant. Insidermonkey make a list of 10 Countries That Consume the Most Genetically Modified Foods. 

Genetically modified material sounds a little bit like science fiction territory, but in reality, much of what we eat on a daily basis is a genetically modified organism (GMO). Whether or not these modified foods are actually healthy is still up for debate — and many times, you don’t even know that you are buying something genetically modified. It is not required to label GMOs in the U.S. and Canada, but there are substantial restrictions, and even outright bans, on GMOs in many other countries. You can our this article : 12 Examples of Genetically Modified Food
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25 Dumbest Countries in the World

Maybe. Maybe not. It’s tough to know. It’s especially difficult to figure out considering there are a couple of countries that are too closed off from the rest of the world to know what they’re talking about. And, the fact that the corporate media in the U.S. is so selective in what they ALLOW us to hear about is another impediment. If there was a tournament for dumb, I’m pretty sure we Insidermonkey make a list of 25 dumbest countries in the world.

There are countries in the world which produce the finest intellectuals in every field, yet the same country sinks in the depths of poverty and debts…we will try to cover why this may happen later in the article. For a start, one may pray that her country does not make it to the list as nobody likes being called dumb. You can check as well as our list of smartest countries in the world.
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11 Largest Freshwater Lakes in the World by Volume

Lakes can be formed as a result of tectonic, volcanic, or even glacial activities, but intentional and accidental human activities also have created and destroyed many lakes. Looking at natural causes of lake formation, the fact that most of the world’s great lakes are in North America is by no coincidence. This has come to be because, in the distant past, the region was covered in glaciers and, as these glaciers move constantly, their removal of earth and deposition of melting ice water causes lakes to be formed. Nonetheless, it’s our duty as humans to protect and preserve the world’s lakes, as also serve as important habitats and water resources. While there are a lot of noteworthy lakes on the planet, Insidermonkey listed the 11 Largest Freshwater Lakes in the World by Volume. Lakes are bodies of water located completely inland, independent and separated from the divisions of oceans and seas. Lakes are larger and deeper when compared to the bodies of water we refer to as ponds, and many of them are fed and drained by streams and rivers. It’s estimated that there are around 2 million lakes across the globe. Some lakes lie in mountainous areas, while others are found at elevations near sea level. Lakes can either be freshwater lakes, or saline lakes.

The world's largest lakes are not only known for their enormous size, but are visited often because of their rich flora and fauna as well, and the outdoor recreational activities and tours offered at many guarantee visitors to them very unique experiences indeed. While the passing seasons and years frequently cause the surface areas of several of these lakes to vary considerably, the listed lakes can be described as quite enormous at all times. The largest of these lakes covers a total surface area of no less than over 370 thousand square kilometers. That said, if you have ever wondered just where the world’s largest lakes are, we have narrowed your search down for you. You can check also 11 most dangerous lakes in the world.
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10 Songs With the Most Remakes

Some songs are so good that other artists just got to have a version of it. And no, this is not about the standard birthday songs or Christmas carols, but regular pop songs that have become extraordinary if only for the number of remakes they have had. Of course, the mere fact that other artists have covered it already speaks volumes about the song’s greatness. Here is a list of 10 songs with the most remakes which is made by Insidermonkey. If you are expecting songs from The Beatles to dominate the list, then you have got it right.

When talking about remakes, many of us immediately think of films and complain that Hollywood has run out of original ideas. But in the music industry, a remake or cover of an original song is a great way for an artist to pay homage to those who influenced their musical style and put their own stamp on a classic. Several things can go into making a remake a success, but the main factors are that the new version is able to set itself apart from the original without completely abandoning what made it great in the first place.Here are the most popular karaoke songs which you should must hear
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11 Countries That Produce The Most Genetically Modified Crops

The world’s leading producers of GM crops are the United States, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, India and China. In 2006, GM crop production also reached noteworthy levels in Paraguay, South Africa, Uruguay and Australia. In the EU, GM crops have remained uncommon. Appreciable GM maize production in the EU only took place in Spain on an area of nearly 60,000 hectares. In Portugal, Germany, France and the Czech Republic, transgenic crops were primarily grown for small-scale field trials. The experts of Insidermonkey make a list of 11 Countries That Produce The Most Genetically Modified Crops.

The world's population is expected to almost double by the year 2050, making food security the most important social issue for the next 30 years. Food production will have to be doubled or preferably tripled to meet the needs of the expected 6 billion people, 90% of whom will reside in the developing world. The enormity of this challenge will be further exacerbated by the dwindling availability of water and the fact that this additional food will have to be produced on existing agricultural land or marginal soils if forested regions and the environment as a whole are to be preserved. If you want to discover the countries consuming such crops, you can visit 10 countries that consume the most genetically modified foods.
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7 Revolutionary War Sites on the East Coast

Norman Desmarais frequently escapes into the 18th century for reenactments, Colonial fairs, heritage days, school presentations, and talks. He’s the author of The Guide to the American Revolutionary War series, a six-volume set covering almost 4,000 battles, raids, and skirmishes of the American War for Independence on the East Coast and the frontier. Here the Insidermonkey picks the 7 Revolutionary War Sites on the East Coast.

In 1996, Congress commissioned the National Park Service to compile a list of sites and landmarks that played a part in the American Revolution. From battlefields to encampments, meeting houses to museums, these places offer us a chance to rediscover the remarkable men and women who founded this nation and to recognize the relevance of not just what they did, but where they did it. Frances Kennedy, editor of The American Revolution: A Historical Guidebook, has compiled a list of her favorite places, and this is the 8 Historical Places to Visit on the East Coast.
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10 Highest Paying Countries for Petroleum Engineers

Some of the highest paying careers in the world are found in engineering. Engineering is widely considered as one of the most lucrative and in demand career choices, with multiple engineering disciplines and job types, as well as salaries that can exceed $100k per year once the engineer has some experience behind them. Engineers tend to earn in excess of the national average salary and this is expected by some reputable organizations to continue in the future¹. In fact, Engineering degrees make up 10 of the top 17 highest paid degrees at the time of writing.You can check our list for 10 highest paying countries for petroleum engineers which is made by our Insidermonkey's experts.

Pretty much every table of ‘jobs with the best salaries’ is topped by Petroleum Engineer. People living in states rich with and enriched by oil know all about the lifestyle this career can lead to, but others around the country might not be so familiar with the rewards the job offers – both psychological and monetary. Petroleum Engineers are the ones who determine how to extract oil from the ground. The methods that they create for extracting oil from all sorts of wells determines exactly how valuable a particular oil well will be for the oil company. They also spend time devising ways to make older wells more productive in the amount of oil that they produce. More interesting fact that highest paying countries for petroleum engineers are also top listed for the highest paying countries for teachers.
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10 Easiest Dog Breeds to Train in The World

How cool would it be to own a dog who can roll over on command, jump through a hoop and really just do any trick that will impress friends and family? There are certain breeds who are thought to be more apt — and eager — to learn new things. In fact, to own some of these dogs, you'll probably want to come up with new tricks and tasks on a regular basis to help keep them entertained. If you're active and have the time to devote to training, then you're in the right place. If not, well, some of these dogs may be more than you bargained for. In general, these trainable dog breeds are also very energetic and intelligent, so don't expect them to settle for snoozing on the couch all day. Our Insidermonkey's experts make a list of 10 Easiest Dog Breeds to Train in The World ,check here.

Most people looking for a dog want a breed that’s easy to live with. Easily trained breeds typically fall under this description and while all dogs can be trained, there are some that are easier than others. All dogs are individuals, of course, so this list is a broad generalization of which breeds are usually fairly easy to train basic obedience and house manners. If you’re looking for a breed that’s easy to train for advanced and competition obedience, these might work for you also! If not, you’ll have a well-behaved dog that probably knows a fancy trick or two! We’ve omitted some of the most common competition breeds such as the Border Collie and Belgian Malinois, because these dogs are primarily bred for work and although they’re “easy” to train for the experienced trainer, there are many expensive dog breeds to maintain in the world.
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20 Most Expensive Beer Brands in India

India has quite a considerable number of breweries, which manufacture several leading brands of the beer in the country itself. Additionally, numerous international brands of beer are also available readily in the Indian market. Both Indian and international brands enjoy huge popularity in the market. Which are the most expensive beer brands in India? Check out our list which is made by our Insidermonkey's experts.

As all of us know that India is one of the highest populated countries in the world. Recently, it is on 2nd position among all countries in the world in terms of population. Still, when it comes to the dearest alcohol consumption, which is beer, India does not stand even in top 10 lists. However, the alcohol industry has seen a tremendous progress in last 7 years and the main factors behind this growth is better economy, culture fusions and new rules and regulations. You can also check our another article about 16 most popular beers in the world.
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15 Healthiest Countries In The World

One year into the SDGs, the results present a global picture of the progress made on the Millennium Development Goals, and the work still needed to achieve the Global Goals. Using the Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries and Risk Factors Study 2015, the research examines health in countries around the world to create a global ranking. The indicators are ranked from 0-100, with 0 being the worst, and 100 the best. To explain some of their findings and methods, the study’s authors created an infographic, the full version of which is available here. Among them Insidemonkey experts make a list of 15 Healthiest Countries In The World.

World Health Day is April 7, and people around the globe are turning their attention to health issues. The global infant mortality rate of 33.6 deaths per 1,000 live births in 2013 has followed a long-term downward trend. Similarly, life expectancy has improved dramatically in recent decades. The improvements were uneven, however, and health conditions continue to vary widely between nations. There are many countries with free health care which countries have the highest taxes in the world.
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8 Most Expensive Smartphones in 2015

Vertu, Gresso and Lamborghini are famous names among luxury phone makers. In 2015 luxury smartphone manufactures launched devices with good specifications and android based Operating system for more performance. Even Samsung also launched a luxury smartphone for around INR 1.5 Lakh. Check the latest available 8 most expensive smartphones in 2015 which list is made by Insidermonkey. There are most expensive phone currently available in world made with costly case, body materials and diamonds.

While we have touched on the budget-friendly smartphone markets, and looked at some of the best value smartphones around, we have failed to address one very important demographic. The Mega Rich! Those with a passion for all things diamonds, gold or jewel encrusted, willing to part ways with lumps of cash that can rival most small family cars in price or exceed the average first home deposits, just for the brightest and shiniest items money has to offer. You can also check our list of best smartphones under 200 dollars.
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10 Busiest Airports in The World by International Passenger Traffic

Over the past 10 years our website’s database has grown from around 10,000 airports around the world to now featuring over 40,000 airports, strips, fields or heliports. This is partly because of the popularity of air travel and the lower budget flights availability which has caused an expansion in the number of airports.These are the 10 Busiest Airports in The World by International Passenger Traffic which is made by Insidermonkey experts.

Within a single year, the world’s busiest airport accommodated almost as many passengers as the entire population of the Philippines, the 12th most populous country on the planet. Millions of passengers use air flight as means to discover the trendiest and most remote destinations of the world, making the passenger airline industry lucrative and very competitive. It is critical for each major airline to keep updating their facilities with the latest technologies in order to lure travelers away from their competitors. we also have listed the 10 biggest airports in the world. They have gone above and beyond expectations to attract tens of millions of passengers to their services every year, and they continue to innovate, build, and grow.
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25 Countries With The Worst Eating Habits In The World

Eating plenty of fruit and veg, the citizens of Chad have world’s healthiest diet, while those in Armenia have the worst, according to new research comparing global eating habits. The study of Insidermonkey revealed 25 countries with the worst eating habits in the world, including fruit and vegetables, but this was overtaken by a worrying increase in the amount of junk food being eaten. To make their findings, published in 'The Lancet Global Health' journal, researchers used national data from almost 90 per cent of the global population to analyse how people ate between 1990 and 2010. They then assessed three dietary patterns. The first was based on ten healthy foods: fruits, vegetables, beans and legumes, nuts and seeds, whole grains, milk, total polyunsaturated fatty acids, fish, plant omega-3s, and dietary fibre.

The international relief and development organization ranked the countries on its list by their “unhealthy eating outcome,” which according to the organization is signified by rates of obesity and type 2 diabetes. Both of these diseases are fueled by poor eating habits (though food isn’t the only cause of either one). When the United States was scored on multiple measures, including access to healthy and affordable good, food and water quality and the availability of food, the nation climbed the ranks. But when the unhealthy eating outcomes, or disease rates, were measured alone, Americans fared rather poorly. You also can check our another articles 11 countries with the highest rates of eating disorders in the world.
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11 Most Expensive Hobbies In the World

Everyone deserves to have a good hobby or two. After all, they are perfect avenues for unleashing some much needed creativity. Nevertheless, some hobbies come with an exaggeratedly expensive price tag such as these 11 most expensive hobbies in the world to have. You don’t have to spend a lot of money to enjoy a hobby. However, wealthy people have access to some incredible activities that you maybe didn’t know someone could do. Unfortunately, some of us may have to wait to win the lottery in order to partake but hey, at least we can read about them so Insidermonkey make that list.

Car racing is a dangerous hobby, so you need to make sure you have the best safety equipment. You can buy cars that are meant for racing with all the appropriate equipment for anywhere from $10,000 to $100,000. Plus, the life insurance for an extreme racer will cost approximately $566.34 per month. Hopefully, you’ll get hired by NASCAR and stick sponsors’ logos on your car to cover the cost. There are 11 Most Expensive Speedboats In the World, you can check this.
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10 Richest Female Athletes in The World

It’s no secret that there is some ridiculous money in sports. As of 2014, the sports industry in North America alone was worth $60.5 billion – a huge number that is expected to rise to an even more impressive $73.5 billion by 2019. This rapid growth allowed thousands of professional athletes to make a name for themselves, and with that, a fat paycheck.That being said, in the world of professional sports, women are often overlooked and their male counterparts are favoured instead. Sure, elite superstars like Maria Sharapova or Serena Williams might appear in the headlines once in awhile, but you have to admit – we see a lot more men featured for a lot less.Well, this article aims to put that at rest and shine the spotlight on some of the richest women in sports. And ladies, if you’ve been considering becoming the next international golf superstar, it might be a great idea. Take a look at the diverse (and incredibly rich) list of richest female athletes in the world below which is made by Insidermonkey's experts, and get going.

Apart from a few notable exceptions in elite superstars like Serena Williams or Danica Patrick, female athletes rarely seem to garner the same attention as their male counterparts. That paradigm is shifting with the changing of the times, of course, but we’re still quite far from giving female athletes the same recognition that most famous gay athletes.
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20 Dumbest Countries in Europe

Europe! America's distant relative that it likes to awkwardly visit on occasion! With its myriad misshapen countries, centuries-old feuds, and generally above-average health care, we figured it would be the perfect candidate for a ranking. To add some quantifiable elements to the task, InsiderMonkey tried to rank 20 dumbest countries in Europe based on a variety of factors: food/drink, natural and man-made aesthetic beauty, contributions to modern society, openness to foreigners, number of eagle owls in their bogs, etc.

The list of dumbest countries in the world. These countries are the worst of the third world and continue to deteriorate financially and structurally as the years go by. Most of these nations are dictated by a tyrannical ruler or military junta, and some just have no government and the country is run by crime or terror groups.
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11 Countries with Highest Atheist Population

Atheism is on the rise. While the gains are relatively small, studies continue to corroborate the fact that those embracing non-belief constitute a growing minority. Recently, Insidermonkey told you about the growth of “nones” in America — those individuals who do not embrace a higher power (one in five Americans now fit this category). Now, a new study part of WIN-Gallup International, has found that atheism is on the rise globally as well. On the whole, the majority of the world still embraces faith, with 59 percent of global citizens reporting that they consider themselves religious people. In contrast, 23 percent of those surveyed count themselves as nonreligious, with an additional 13 percent claiming that they are “convinced atheists.” What are the countries with the highest atheist population?

A lot of non-believer writers and activists focus, rightly, on the continuing lack of acceptance in many societies and nations of those who profess no belief in religion. Keeping an eye on what’s not working is the first step toward making improvements. Still, in many places around the world, this is an unprecedented era for non-believers of freedom and social acceptance. In the spirit of celebrating the amount of progress secularism has made around the world. You can check out our another article about 11 countries with the highest Mormon population.
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5 Fastest Growing Religions in Europe and The World

If tech futurists are to be believed, by the year 2050, robots will do many of our errands and drive our cars. If a new study on religious trends is to be believed, many of those robot-controlled cars will stop and park at mosques and churches.Yes, despite predictions that religion will go the way of dinosaurs, the size of almost every major faith -- sorry, Buddhists -- will increase in the next 40 years, according to a study released Thursday by the Pew Research Center.The biggest winners, Pew predicts, will be Islam and Christianity. Here you can see the  5 Fastest Growing Religions in Europe and The World which list is made by our Insidermonkeys experts.

The religiously motivated terror attacks in France last week have exacerbated anti-Islamic sentiments across Europe, with a record 25,000 people joining anti-immigrant protests in Germany.But even as polls show anti-Islamist sentiment rising, Islam is the fastest-growing religion in Europe. Nearly 5 million Muslims live in France, the largest Muslim population in Europe, and some 4 million live in Germany.In the video above, TIME foreign correspondent Simon Shuster discusses how French colonialism and immigration policies throughout Europe helped fuel migration from the Muslim world. You can check 10 most religious cities in America so that you can know well about the world.
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10 Weird Subcultures around the World

It’s really interesting to see how our societies have changed and been molded by historical events and cultural phenomena. However, what’s really fascinating are the subcultures that defy the mainstream in the hopes of creating their own little sense of identity and culture. How they create this identity is entirely up to them, but whether they do so via weird fashion statements, bizarre cars, odd crafts and hobbies, or simply by opposing the law, you can’t deny the fact that traits like this are what essentially make us human after all. Here is the 10 Weird subcultures around the world which list is made by Insidermonkey's experts.

Our world is an interesting place, and for many people there is a drive to form social groups outside of the mainstream. Over the past several decades, many subcultures have formed that initially weren't very noticeable to the average person, but in an era in which the Internet provides a way for people to communicate in ways never before possible, many of those subcultures have grown and become huge. There are many Crazy Facts About Japan You Won’t Believe.
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