Qatar is safest country in the world: Report Jan 16, 2019 0 7414 12345 Tribune News NetworkDohaQatar has retained its global distinction as the safest country among Arab countries and globally by occupying first place in terms of safety and security among 118 countries, according to the crime index 2019 by Numbeo.Qatar’s enviable and superior position are results of the achievements the country has made over the past few years, especially during the 2015-2019 period.Throughout that period, Qatar maintained the number one position in the Arab world besides notching up first place globally in 2017 and 2019. It reflects the constant and outstanding level enjoyed by Qatar in terms of security and safety, and the significant decrease in the rate of crimes in the country during that period.According to the classification rules of the report, countries are ranked in reverse order. The country that occupies the 118th place has the lowest crime rate and ranks first in terms of security and security. Qatar scored a total of 13.26 points on crime index on a scale of zero to hundred points. Qatar came in the forefront of the safest countries with a score of (86.74) points on safety index during the current year. The Numbeo database has been publishing its annual reports since 2009, based on the measurement of crime rate in different countries. The index of crimes in countries is measured according to the laws of those countries, which provides a realistic measure of the rate of crime in countries in accordance with their applicable laws.The report also takes into account the different types of crimes and their classification according to the laws on crimes, offences and violations. The indicators also depend on a set of standards related to the rates of crime and violence such as murder, terrorism, the cost of crime and other standards. Continued on page 3 POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES PM opens QU Health Clinic Jan 16, 2019 0 844 QA not interested in Jet Airways backed by ‘enemy’ state: Baker Jan 16, 2019 0 1692 Region’s biggest Turkish expo to open in Doha today Jan 16, 2019 0 997 Commercial complexes must comply with allotted parking space: CMC Tribune News Network Doha In the wake of some commercial complexes reducing the number of licensed parking spaces for use in other activities, the Central Municipal Council (CMC) has recommended a review of the .. Qatar non-oil exports jump 35% to reach QR24.4 bn in 2018 Qatar non-oil exports jump 35% to reach QR24.4 bn in 2018 Amir allocates $50 million to support Syrian people QNA Doha The Amir HH Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al Thani has given directions to allocate $50 million to support Syrian refugees and displaced persons who are suffering due to adverse humanitarian conditions and cold .. Brace for colder weekend: QMD Santhosh Chandran Doha The temperature is expected to plunge below 10 degree Celsius, the lowest of the season, in the country over the weekend, according to latest weather forecast. “Temperatures this weekend will be .. China's Moon mission sees first seeds sprout Commercial outlets must restore allotted parking space: CMC (PG 3 ) Qatar, Georgia discuss ways to boost relations DOHA Prime Minister and Minister of Interior HE Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al Thani and Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Internal Affairs of Georgia Giorgi Gakharia discussed bilateral relations and ways ..