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1.5 Intentional Homicide | By mechanism
1.5.1 Victims of intentional homicide attacked with firearms or explosives
Total of victims of intentional homicide attacked with firearms or explosives, at the national level.
“ATTACK WITH FIREARMS" 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 of the World Health Organization (WHO).

[Sources: International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems. World Health Organization (WHO), 10th Revision (ICD-10), Chapter XX, codes: Handgun discharge (X93), Rifle, shotgun and larger firearm discharge (X94), Other unspecified firearm discharge (X95), and Explosive material (X96). Web: http://apps.who.int/classifications/icd10/browse/2016/en#/X85-Y09.
Data on victims of intentional homicide attacked with firearms or explosives are provided by Member States through the United Nations Survey on Crime Trends and Operations of Criminal Justice Systems (UN-CTS).]

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Antigua and Barbuda20192 
Argentina20201,209 
Bahamas201979 
Barbados201930 
Belize201991 
Bolivia201938 
Brazil------ 
Canada2020277 
Chile2020460 
Colombia20208,484 
Costa Rica2020405 
Dominica20197 
Dominican Republic2019464 
Ecuador2019652 
El Salvador2020926 
Grenada20190 
Guatemala20191,059 
Guyana201933 
Haiti------ 
Honduras20193,012 
Jamaica------ 
Mexico202025,639 
Nicaragua------ 
Panama2019343 
Paraguay2019350 
Peru20181,081 
Saint Kitts and Nevis20199 
Saint Lucia202040 
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines201910 
Suriname201910 
Trinidad and Tobago------ 
United States202013,624 
Uruguay2020215 
Venezuela------ 
Regions
 
    
01. Americas------ 
02. Caribbean------ 
03. Central America------ 
04. North America------ 
05. South America------ 
* Alertamerica adopts the use of commas to indicate figures un the thousands (1,000) while points signal decimals (10.5).