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During the year, we published our infographic stories to keep you in touch with the most interesting and essential facts derived from the world's seemingly never-ending maze of statistics. We were happy to see that you enjoyed them. In today's special year-end edition, we present the ranking of the best Viz of the Day's of 2016 with the most popular one shown at the top.

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Modern Slavery

According to Walk Free Foundation, there are an estimated 45.8 million people enslaved around the world. The countries with the highest numbers of enslaved people are India, China, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Uzbekistan. Taken together, these countries account for 58% of enslaved people around the world.  Modern slavery takes many forms and is known by many names: slavery, forced labor or human trafficking. Whatever term is used, the significant characteristic of all forms of modern slavery is that it involves one person depriving another people of their freedom: their freedom to leave one job for another, their freedom to leave one workplace...

The EIU Urban Liveability Ranking: Terrorism Affecting Scores of Wealthy, Poor Alike

The top and bottom tiers of the Economist Intelligence Unit’s liveability ranking of global cities are little changed from last year, with only Sydney moving out of the top 10 most liveable cities, giving way to Hamburg. Under the EIU methodology, middle sized wealthy cities with low population densities were still more likely to appear among the top rated global cities. The cost of living was the most common drawback for some otherwise well-performing cities. Lower performers struggled with escalating terrorism, social unrest, and other hostilities common now to cities such as Damascus, Lagos, Tripoli, and Kiev. In the 2016...