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Acharya, Arabinda, Aaron Karp, Sonal Marwah and Anjali Krishnan. 2011 ‘Terrorism and Armed Conflict.’ India's States of Armed Violence: Assessing the Human Cost and Political Priorities; IAVA Issue Brief No. 1, p. 4. New Delhi: India Armed Violence Assessment / IAVA and the Small Arms Survey, Geneva. 20 September

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Terrorism and Armed Conflict

SATP statistics show that between 1994 and 2009 terrorist violence resulted in 55,643 deaths, an average of more than 3,400 per year. Of this total, 52 per cent of the dead were reported to be civilians or members of the security forces (see Figure 2).

[SATP = South Asia Terrorism Portal]

ID: Q5821

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