Battle-related deaths from one-sided violence

number, 1989–2016

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    1989 Ranking
    1. China 2,600.00
    2. Ethiopia 1,020.00
    3. Sudan 1,000.00
    4. Somalia 688.00
    5. Sri Lanka 454.00
    6. Guatemala 409.00
    7. Mozambique 403.00
    8. India 259.00
    9. Romania 199.00
    10. Chad 170.00
    11. Niger 170.00
    12. Colombia 146.00
    13. Peru 107.00
    14. Israel 80.00
    15. Angola 63.00
    16. Venezuela 61.00
    17. South Africa 57.00
    18. Bangladesh 54.00
    19. Philippines 47.00
    20. Turkey 46.00
    21. Uganda 35.00
    22. Congo (Kinshasa) 28.00
    23. Mauritania 25.00
    24. Russia 21.00
    25. Zimbabwe 18.00
    26. Liberia 18.00
    27. Zambia 14.00
    28. Burma (Myanmar) 9.00
    29. United Kingdom 6.00
    30. Mexico 3.00
    31. Kenya 3.00
    32. Senegal 2.00
    33. Swaziland 2.00
    34. Thailand 2.00
    35. Papua New Guinea 2.00
    2016 Ranking
    1. Iraq 2,112.00
    2. Nigeria 619.00
    3. Sudan 440.00
    4. Afghanistan 348.00
    5. Cameroon 306.00
    6. Pakistan 289.00
    7. Congo (Kinshasa) 285.00
    8. Ethiopia 266.00
    9. Central African Republic 199.00
    10. Turkey 153.00
    11. South Sudan 151.00
    12. India 119.00
    13. Somalia 89.00
    14. France 87.00
    15. Kenya 36.00
    16. Bangladesh 36.00
    17. Belgium 32.00
    18. Egypt 32.00
    19. Burkina Faso 25.00
    20. Niger 25.00
    21. Burma (Myanmar) 21.00
    22. Thailand 17.00
    23. Libya 16.00
    24. Ivory Coast 14.00
    25. Philippines 14.00
    26. Germany 12.00
    27. Mali 7.00
    28. Burundi 6.00
    29. Saudi Arabia 5.00
    30. Lebanon 5.00
    31. Mozambique 4.00
    32. Chad 4.00
    33. Colombia 3.00
    34. Israel 3.00
    35. Mexico 2.00
    36. North Yemen 2.00
    37. Russia 1.00
    38. Peru 1.00
    39. Angola 1.00

    The best estimate of total fatalities from one-sided violence (i.e., slaughters). One-sided violence refers to the deliberate use of armed force by the government of a state or by a formally organised group against civilians. Extrajudicial killings in government facilities are excluded.

    Source: Uppsala Conflict Data Program, Georeferenced Event Dataset