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Igarapé Institute. 2015 ‘Homicides and Homicide Rates 2000 to 2014 - Mexico.’ Homicide Monitor 2015. Rio de Janeiro: Igarapé Institute. 24 June

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Homicides and Homicide Rates in Mexico (2000 - 2012)

Year: Homicide (Count) - Homicide Rate

2012: 25,967 - 22.18
2011: 27,213 - 23.52
2010: 25,757 - 22.54
2009: 19,803 - 17.55
2008: 14,006 - 12.58
2007: 8,867 - 8.08
2006: 10,452 - 9.64
2005: 9,921 - 9.26
2004: 9,329 - 8.8
2003: 10,087 - 9.63
2002: 10,088 - 9.75
2001: 10,285 - 10.07
2000: 10,737 - 10.64

Source 1: Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Geografía (INEGI)
Source 2: National Statistical Office (INEGI). Death registers, data for agression, CIE 10 code X85-Y09. Retrieved October 20 of 2014. Population from CONAPO - http://bit.ly/1vChHXb

[CONAPO = Consejo Nacional de Población (México) (Mexico National Population Council)]

Homicides by Type of Weapon in Mexico (2010 - 2012)

Year: Gun Homicides - Proportion (%)

2012: 16,658 - 64%
2011: 18,398 - 68%
2010: 18,197 - 71%

Source:
Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Geografía (INEGI)
National Statistical Office (INEGI). Death registers, data for aggression, CIE 10 code X85-Y09. Retrieved October 20 of 2014. Population from CONAPO
http://bit.ly/1vChHXb

ID: Q11116

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