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Bulgaria, Armenia and Cambodia Lead 'Suffering' Index

Bulgaria once again leads the world in suffering, according to a survey of worldwide suffering done by the polling company Gallup. Thirty-nine percent of Bulgarians rated their lives poorly enough in 2012 to be considered suffering, Gallup said in a statement. Bulgaria has topped the list for three years in a row. Not far behind Bulgaria were Cambodia, Armenia, Haiti, Hungary, Macedonia and Iran. The countries with the least amount of reported suffering included Iceland, Qatar,...

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