Finland named worlds happiest country

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Finland has been named the world’s happiest country in the world.

The United Nations has revealed the results as part of its annual World Happiness Report.

It is the third year in a row that Finland has finished as the top nation.

The report asked people who live in 156 countries how happy they are based on where they live.

New Zealand came in 8th position.

Some of the least happy places to live, according to the people who live there, were Afghanistan, South Sudan and Zimbabwe, all of which have seen war, poverty and food shortages in recent years.

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