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01. Intentional Homicide (ICCS 0101) (criminal system)
08.1 Victims of Intentional Homicide attacked with firearm (Rate)
RATE of Victims of Intentional Homicide attacked with firearm refers to the rate of victims of Intentional Homicide killed by firearm, at the national level.
“ATTACK WITH FIREARM" includes handgun discharge, rifle, shotgun and larger firearm discharge, as well as other and unspecified firearm discharge, according to the causes of death by assault by firearm discharge.
RATES are calculated per 100,000 inhabitants. Some countries with less than 100,000 inhabitants have their rates presented for comparative purpose.
[Source: World Health Organization (WHO) "International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems", 10th Revision (ICD-10), Chapter XX, codes X93, X94 and X95. Web: http://apps.who.int/classifications/icd10/browse/2016/en#/X85-Y09.
Source for population data: United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division. Web: http://www.un.org/en/development/desa/population/]

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Countries
 
    
Antigua and Barbuda------ 
Argentina20082.79 
Bahamas201126.23 
Barbados20145.99 
Belize201126.10 
Bolivia------ 
Brazil20138.33 
Canada20130.37 
Chile20141.44 
Colombia201420.61 
Costa Rica20146.87 
Dominica------ 
Dominican Republic201410.98 
Ecuador20144.37 
El Salvador2013209.75 
Grenada20120.00 
Guatemala201352.58 
Guyana20131.58 
Haiti------ 
Honduras201365.14 
Jamaica201425.69 
Mexico201110.63 
Nicaragua20107.01 
Panama201212.87 
Paraguay20145.34 
Peru20144.11 
Saint Kitts and Nevis201032.69 
Saint Lucia------ 
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines20108.26 
Suriname------ 
Trinidad and Tobago201422.45 
United States20132.67 
Uruguay20144.77 
Venezuela------ 
Regions
 
    
01. Americas201211.68 
02. Caribbean201214.06 
03. Central America201234.19 
04. North America20124.59 
05. South America201217.31 
* Alertamerica adopts the use of commas to indicate figures un the thousands (1,000) while points signal decimals (10.5).