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Espinoza, Ana Yancy. 2010 ‘Seized and Destroyed Arms (Armas Decomisadas y Destruidas).’ IX Seminar: Control of Arms Transfers and Trafficking - Compilation (IX Seminario: Control del Tráfico y Transferencia de Armas de Fuego - Sistematización), p. 2. Santa Marta: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime / UNODC. 25 February

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País: Armas Registradas - Armas Importadas - Armas Importadas según NISAT - Armas Recolectadas - Armas Decomisadas - Armas Destruidas (2006-2008)

Belice: 8,947 - ND - 629 - 15 - 795 - 785
Costa Rica: 180,295 - 9,597 - 5,011 - 89 - 14,293 - 10,974
El Salvador: 218,992 - 5,422 - 1,694 - ND - 30,053 - 28,036
Guatemala: 365,000 - 56,315 - 18,020 - ND - 19,316 - 2,002
Honduras: 208,801 - ND - 8,718 - 6,350 - 8,500 - 2,000
Nicaragua: 117,991 - ND - 2,535 - 8,140 - 40,402 - 12,996
Panamá: 146,766 - 4,728 - 749 - ND - 7,083 - 986

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Country: Registered Firearms - Imported Firearms - Imported Firearms according to NISAT - Collected Firearms - Seized Firearms - Destructed Firearms (2006-2008)

Belize: 8,947 - ND - 629 - 15 - 795 - 785
Costa Rica: 180,295 - 9,597 - 5,011 - 89 - 14,293 - 10,974
El Salvador: 218,992 - 5,422 - 1,694 - ND - 30,053 - 28,036
Guatemala: 365,000 - 56,315 - 18,020 - ND - 19,316 - 2,002
Honduras: 208,801 - ND - 8,718 - 6,350 - 8,500 - 2,000
Nicaragua: 117,991 - ND - 2,535 - 8,140 - 40,402 - 12,996
Panama: 146,766 - 4,728 - 749 - ND - 7,083 - 986

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