8 of The Most Angriest Countries in The World

Iraq: Decades of conflict and political instability contribute to high levels of anger and frustration.

Syria: Ongoing civil war and humanitarian crisis have left the population facing immense anger and despair.

Yemen: A combination of political unrest, economic struggles, and conflict has fueled anger in Yemen.

Venezuela: Economic instability, political tensions, and social unrest contribute to widespread frustration.

Libya: Political turmoil and the aftermath of the Arab Spring have left Libya facing significant anger.

Iran: Sanctions, political tensions, and economic challenges contribute to a sense of collective frustration.

Afghanistan: Decades of conflict, instability, and ongoing security issues fuel anger among the population.

North Korea: Isolation, strict control, and economic challenges fuel anger within the closed-off nation.