Libya is the hottest country in the world and stood first in this list. Most of the land in the country is covered by the Libyan Desert which is arid and dry. Therefore, the entire nation experiences inconsistent rainfall, unpredictable weather and extreme hot temperature all year round. This country holds the record for the highest temperature ever. In 1922, 57.8 degree Celsius was the highest temperature recorded in Libya. At such a high temperature, one is not able to function at ease.
2 Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia is one of the hottest places in the world with temperatures averaging 50°C. It’s record temperature was 125.6 degrees Fahrenheit in 2010. The country mostly consists of the Arabian Desert, making it dry and useless for agriculture.
Iraq is another country where the temperature can reach over 48°C. The normal temperature along most times of the year remains also above 40 degree Celsius and it does not make for a fun time.
Algeria officially the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria, is the largest country in Africa. Because of deserts, the temperature in the country can be hot consistently. The normal temperature is around 50-53°C with the hottest temperatures being recorded in the area of Salah. Temperatures in winter averages around 25°C. Summers are always dry, humid, and hot.
Iran is another middle eastern nation that experiences hot and humid temperatures all year round. The average temperatures often exceed 40°C. Even during winter, the day time temperature remains high.