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WHO. 2016 ‘Inter-country Comparison of Mortality for Selected Cause of Death - Assault [Homicide (Any Method)] in Kazakhstan.’ European Detailed Mortality Database (DMDB). Copenhagen: World Health Organisation Regional Office for Europe. 11 July

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MTL1 Code: Diagnosis - Number of deaths (Crude death rate per 100,000 population) - % of all deaths

2012 population: 16,791,428
1102: Assault - 1,400 (8.3376) - 0.9798

2011 population: 16,548,776
1102: Assault - 1,525 (9.2152) - 1.0576

2010 population: 16,323,287
1102: Assault - 1,464 (8.9688) - 1.0036

2009 population: 15,924,939
1102: Assault - 1,543 (9.6892) - 1.0807

2008 population: 15,673,998
1102: Assault - 1,791 (11.4266) - 1.1728

2007 population: 15,484,192
1102: Assault - 1,957 (12.6387) - 1.2363

2006 population: 15,308,084
1102: Assault - 2,032 (13.274) - 1.2925

2005 population: 15,147,029
1102: Assault - 2,177 (14.3725) - 1.3856

2004 population: 15,012,985
1102: Assault - 2,413 (16.0728) - 1.5849

[MTL1 = Mortality tabulation list 1 of the ICD-10 Code1]

[Editor's note: Each year, countries submit their cause of death and population data to WHO. Unless an error is detected, a number of deaths is unlikely to change after processing. However, as WHO reviews its data in the wake of each national census, minor changes can be made to calculated death rates. These could account for any differences which might appear following the date on which a death rate was originally posted.]

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