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UNODC. 2014 ‘Homicides and Gun Homicides in Macedonia.’ Global Study on Homicide 2013: Trends, Context, Data. Vienna: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC). 10 April

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Homicides in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (2000-2012)

Year: Homicides - HomRate

2011: 30 - 1.4
2010: 43 - 2.0
2009: 35 - 1.7
2008: 35 - 1.7
2007: 42 - 2.0
2006: 46 - 2.2
2005: 44 - 2.1
2004: 49 - 2.3
2003: 70 - 3.4
2002: 60 - 2.9
2001: 55 - 2.7
2000: 47 - 2.3

Source: CTS/Eurostat

Gun Homicides in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (2005-2012)

Year: Gun% - GunHom*

2011: 63 - 19
2010: 65 - 28
2009: 37 - 13
2008: 49 - 17
2007: 62 - 26
2006: 54 - 25
2005: 55 - 24

Source: CTS

[CTS = United Nations Surveys on Crime Trends and the Operations of Criminal Justice Systems; Eurostat = The statistical office of the European Union. Offences recorded by the police]

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

[*Editor's Note: As this edition of the Global Study on Homicide does not provide the number of gun deaths, GunPolicy.org calculates the annual number of homicides committed with a firearm as follows: Homicides x Gun% = GunHom.]

ID: Q10337

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