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01. Intentional Homicide (ICCS 0101) (criminal system)
1.4.1.0a Victims of intentional homicide related to other interpersonal homicide (Males)
Total number of Male victims of Intentional Homicide" related to other interpersonal homicide.
"OTHER INTERPERSONAL HOMICIDE" means homicide perpetrated on persons -in this particular case men- other than intimate partners or family members as a means of resolving a conflict and/or punishing the victim where the homicide is not instrumental to the accomplishment of a secondary goal. This includes, for example, homicide related to neighbour or property disputes, revenge-related interpersonal killing, or random and seemingly unprovoked acts of killing ranging from brawls to killing sprees, but excludes homicides committed for economic gain, homicide committed in the act of another felony crime, gang-related killing or killing as a result of terrorist activities.
[Sources: International Classification of Crime for Statistical Purposes (ICCS), UNODC, Mar 2015, p.102. Web: https://www.unodc.org/documents/data-and-analysis/statistics/crime/ICCS/ICCS_English_2016_web.pdf;
United Nations Survey on Crime Trends and Operations of Criminal Justice Systems (UN-CTS) 2016]

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