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OAS Observatory on Citizen Security. 2011 ‘Intentional Homicide.’ Report on Citizen Security in the Americas 2011, pp. 16-17, 21. Washington, DC: Organisation of American States. 1 January

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Intentional Homicide

Table 1.1 Intentional Homicide, 2000-2010 (Total)

Table 1.2 Intentional Homicide, 2000-2010 (Rate per 100,000 inhabitants)

Table 1.6 Intentional Homicide Committed with Firearms, 2000-2010 (Rate per 100,000 inhabitants)

Intentional Homicide means death deliberately inflicted on a person by another person, including infanticide. Some countries with fewer than 100,000 inhabitants have their rates presented for comparative purposes.

Source: official information publicly released by OAS Member States, either directly to a range of different instruments belonging to OAS or to other multilateral organizations.

[Data for the 35 OAS Member States, except Cuba and Haiti]

ID: Q5678

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