World's happiest and most miserable countries revealed in UN league table - with some surprising results
Countries are ranked based on how their residents feel about things like social support and healthy life expectancy
16:02, 15 MAR 2018UPDATED17:12, 15 MAR 2018
Finland has been revealed as the happiest place in the world, according to a new UN report.
The annual World Happiness Report measures how happy people feel they are and why.
Last year Norway took the number one spot but the country has been knocked from its podium by its Scandinavian neighbour.
Nordic countries usually appear in the top five places but those that are hit with war as well as places in sub-Saharan Africa regularly appear at the bottom.
This year Burundi was declared as the least happy place - replacing the Central African Republic.