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UNODC. 2013 ‘Homicide in 207 Countries - Armenia.’ Global Study on Homicide 2011: Trends, Context, Data; Statistical Annex (with online datasets). Vienna: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. 26 June

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Homicide in Armenia

Year: Homicides - HomRate - Gun% - GunHom - GunRate (Source)

2011: nr
2010: 44 - 1.4 - nr - nr - nr (CTS/TM)
2009: 83 - 2.7 or 2.2 - 13.0 - 9 - 0.3 (CTS - CTS or CTS/TM - CTS - CTS - CTS)
2008: 83 - 2.7 or 1.8 - 17.9 - 14 - 0.5 (CTS/TM - CTS/TM or WHO-HFA - CTS - CTS - CTS)
2007: 77 - 2.5 - 23.9 - 17 - 0.6 (CTS/TM - CTS/TM - CTS - CTS - CTS)
2006: 79 - 2.6 or 1.9 - 21.3 - 16 - 0.5 (CTS/TM - CTS/TM or WHO-HFA - CTS - CTS - CTS)
2005: 58 - 1.9 - 14.5 - 8 - 0.3 (CTS/TM - CTS/TM - CTS - CTS - CTS)
2004: 83 - 2.7 - 25.3 - 19 - 0.6 (CTS/TM - CTS/TM - CTS - CTS - CTS)
2003: 66 - 2.2 or 1.9 - nr - nr - nr (CTS/TM - CTS/TM or WHO-HFA)
2002: 69 - 2.3 or 2.2 - nr - nr - nr (CTS/TM - CTS/TM or WHO-HFA)
2001: 88 - 2.9 or 2.4 - nr - nr - nr (CTS/TM - CTS/TM or WHO-HFA)
2000: 91 - 3.0 or 2.5 - nr - nr - nr (CTS/TM - CTS/TM or WHO-HFA)
1999: 90 - 2.9 or 3.3 - nr - nr - nr (CTS/TM - CTS/TM or WHO-HFA)
1998: 93 - 3.0 or 3.3 - nr - nr - nr (CTS/TM - CTS/TM or WHO-HFA)
1997: 100 - 3.2 or 3.1 - nr - nr - nr (CTS/TM - CTS/TM or WHO-HFA)
1996: 114 - 3.6 or 3.6 - nr - nr - nr (CTS/TM - CTS/TM or WHO-HFA)
1995: 116 - 3.6 or 5.3 - nr - nr - nr (CTS/TM - CTS/TM or WHO-HFA)

Homicides: Count (number per annum) of homicides by all methods
HomRate: Annual rate of homicide (all methods) per 100,000 population
Gun%: Percentage of all homicides committed with a firearm
GunHom: Count (number per annum) of homicides committed with a firearm
GunRate: Annual rate of firearm homicide per 100,000 population
Source: Data source or sources cited by UNODC
OR: Alternative figures provided by different sources
NR: Not reported

[CTS = United Nations Surveys on Crime Trends and the Operations of Criminal Justice Systems; WHO-HFA = World Health Organisation European Health For All database; TM = UNICEF TransMONEE database, Innocenti Research Centre, Florence]

Data for 1995-2010 were collated from three online UNODC spreadsheets:
- Homicide level for 2010, or latest available year (Homicides_by_firearms.xls)
- Homicide data series to be used for trends analyses (Homicide_data_series.xls)
- Homicides by firearms (Homicide_level.xlsx)
And from Table 9.1 of the hard-copy UNODC 2011 report (pp. 104-113)

Latest data (26 June 2013 for Homicides and 14 September 2012 for Gun Homicides) were collated from two online UNODC spreadsheets:
- Homicide statistics 2013 (Homicide_statistics2013.xls)
- Homicides by firearms (Homicides_by_firearms.xls)

ID: Q6235

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