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IANSA. 2006 ‘A Thousand People Die Every Day.’ 2006: Bringing the Global Gun Crisis Under Control, p. 1. London: International Action Network on Small Arms. 26 July

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Of these 1000 deaths every day, an average 560 are criminal homicides, 250 are direct war deaths; 140 are suicides, while 50 are accidents or cases of undetermined intent. (1)

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1) Figures for homicides, suicides, undetermined deaths from Small Arms Survey Yearbook (2004): Rights at Risk, pp 174-176. Figures for direct conflict deaths are from Small Arms Survey Yearbook (2005): Weapons at War, p230. Available online at: www.smallarmssurvey.org

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