I changed the words around but this is from "Extreme Weather" by Christopher C. Burt for sale at Amazon.com
America gets 75% of all tornadoes in the world with Canada coming in second at 5%. No other place in the world get's as many tornadoes as America or as many violent tornadoes as America and Canada.
Bagledash comes in #3 for the most anuall tornadoes. Bagledash has flat terrain like America and Canada. The country is very populated and has poor contructed buildings. This is why they get so many violent tornadoes. ( And possible the most frequent according to my weather book) Tremendous thunderstorms develop here at the begining of thier monsoon season, usually April and May, when deep tropical air masses colide with cool dry air spilling over the himalayas. A tornado on April 26, 1989, killed a reported 1,300 people north of Dacca possible the single most dealiest tornado in the world. A storm that struck Tangail, Bagledash on May, 13, 1995 killed 700 people. The intensity of these storms is unknown.
Russia gets alot of tornadoes and has had some strong to killer tornadoes. June 9, 1984, a tornado killed 400 people 150-200 miles north of Moscow and Russia does get violent tornadoes. Great britian recieves 30-35 weak tornadoes on average a year. A outbreak occured in Great Britian producing 104 tornadoes but little damage came from these tornadoes. France gets damaging tornadoes annualy like Great Britian but the F4-F5 (this was printed before the EF scale came out) tornadoes are almost unheard of in these countires.
South Africa gets strong tornadoes and some very large hail each year. An outbreak between November, 30 and Dec, 2 killed 31 people in the towns of Albertynesville and Paynesville near Johannesburg.
Australia and New Zealand see about 25 tornadoes a year and occasionaly they get as strong as a F3 tornado. Japan sees about 20 tornadoes (Dragon Whirls) a year and some occur in winter called snownadoes. One such tornado (occured inwinter as a snownado my book says) hit the coastal city of Marbora 20 miles southeast of Tokyo on december 1, 1990. This violent F4 tornado damaged or destroyed over 1000 homes and injured 100 people.
Tornadoes in Argentina are rare but they are sometimes violent. Most occur in the states of Cordoba and Santa Fe. January 10, 1997, a powerfull tornado occured in this region killing atleast 54 people and destroying over 500 homes
Now I am not talking about unreported tornadoes. Tornado expert Thomas Grazulis said that Russia probibly recieves the largest absolute number of tornadoes after the United States, due to it's vast size and potential for small tornadoes. So ethier way you look at it going by reported tornadoes Canada is #2 and going by un reported tornadoes Russia may be #2.