Aslıhan DOĞRU -TDO- According to the United Nations' 'World Happiness Report', which published its 8th in this year, Finland was the happiest country this year-again.
Finland has been leading for three years.
The research evaluates many criteria, such as income distributions of countries, environmental and safety conditions, life expectancy and social living standards.
In the research, Finland scored 7,809. Finland was followed by Denmark with 7,760 points and Switzerland with 7,560.
According to the UN report, 9 out of 10 of the world's happiest countries are in Europe, although many of them Scandinavian countries.
The European countries included in the report, it was identified as respectively; Finland, Denmark, Switzerland, Iceland, Norway, the Netherlands, Sweden, New Zealand and Austria.
Turkey ranked 94th with 5,132 points, afghanistan ranked last with 2,567 points.