Country Violence Statistics

The country violence statistics show an increase in violent crimes in urban areas compared to rural areas, with assault being the most common type of violent crime reported.

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"Homicides in the US reached a record high of almost 21,000 in 2020."

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"El Salvador recorded 50 homicides per 100,000 inhabitants in 2018, making it one of the most violent countries globally."

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"In 2019, Brazil had more than 41,000 cases of intentional homicide."

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"Afghanistan had the highest number of deaths from terrorism worldwide in 2019, with over 7,400 fatalities."

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"Mexico had 83564 reported cases of intentional homicide in 2019."

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"In Colombia, there were 66.1 intentional homicides per 100,000 individuals in 2018."

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"39.8% of recorded crimes in Kenya in 2019 were related to violence."

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"Norway is one of the countries with the lowest intentional homicide rates, with 0.5 per 100,000 in 2019."

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"In 2021, there were over 1,500 murders in Canada, up by 7% compared to 2020."

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"4,024 crimes involving guns were reported in the United Kingdom in 2021."

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"In 2018-2019, there were 24,824 instances of domestic violence in Australia."

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"France experienced 872 homicides in 2019, a decrease from previous years."

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"In 2019, Italy had 289 recorded murders, making it one of the countries with the lowest murder rates in Europe."

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"There were 421 murders reported in Germany in 2020."

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"The murder rate in Russia was 9.2 per 100,000 people in 2019."

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"China had around 8,634 recorded murders in 2020."

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"In 2020, India saw a surge in crimes against women, with 3,71,503 cases being reported."

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