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Canada and Israel are on the happiest countries list; Brazil drops 11 places

For the sixth year in a row, Finland is the happiest country in the world in 2023, the World Happiness Report - a traditional quality of life survey conducted by data consulting firm Gallup at the request of the United Nations - showed on Monday, International Day of Happiness, a date also marked by the UN ten years ago.

The country and its neighbors - Denmark, Iceland, Sweden, and Norway - earned high rankings thanks to high scores in healthy life expectancy, gross domestic product per person, social support structure, low corruption rates, generosity in the community (measured through donations and other benevolent acts . . .

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