Intentional homicide

rate per 100,000 people, 1995–2011

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    1995 Ranking
    1. El Salvador 139.10
    2. Colombia 69.70
    3. South Africa 64.90
    4. Guatemala 32.50
    5. Jamaica 31.70
    6. Puerto Rico 23.30
    7. Namibia 22.60
    8. Venezuela 20.30
    9. Greenland 19.80
    10. Saint Vincent and Grenadines 18.50
    11. Estonia 17.10
    12. Mexico 16.90
    13. Kazakhstan 15.40
    14. Nicaragua 15.20
    15. Guyana 15.00
    16. Panama 14.10
    17. Latvia 14.00
    18. Lithuania 13.80
    19. Dominican Republic 12.70
    20. Kyrgyzstan 11.70
    21. Anguilla 10.20
    22. Ukraine 9.40
    23. Saint Kitts and Nevis 9.30
    24. Belarus 9.30
    25. Moldova 9.10
    26. Argentina 7.80
    27. Georgia 7.70
    28. Thailand 7.60
    29. Tajikistan 7.50
    30. Albania 6.70
    31. Turkmenistan 6.40
    32. Bulgaria 5.90
    33. Costa Rica 5.30
    34. Uzbekistan 5.00
    35. India 4.40
    36. Croatia 3.60
    37. Armenia 3.60
    38. Cambodia 3.60
    39. Romania 3.30
    40. Finland 2.90
    41. Hungary 2.90
    42. Slovakia 2.40
    43. Poland 2.20
    44. Mauritius 2.20
    45. Slovenia 2.20
    46. Israel 2.10
    47. Canada 2.00
    48. Malaysia 1.90
    49. Netherlands 1.90
    50. Australia 1.80
    51. Italy 1.80
    52. Germany 1.70
    53. Czech Republic 1.70
    54. United Kingdom 1.60
    55. Singapore 1.50
    56. Greece 1.40
    57. West Bank and Gaza 1.20
    58. Switzerland 1.20
    59. Ireland 1.20
    60. New Zealand 1.10
    61. Denmark 1.10
    62. Austria 1.00
    63. Spain 1.00
    64. Norway 1.00
    65. Sweden 0.90
    66. Japan 0.50
    2011 Ranking
    1. Honduras 91.60
    2. El Salvador 69.20
    3. Guatemala 38.50
    4. Dominican Republic 25.00
    5. Bermuda 12.30
    6. Pakistan 7.80
    7. Uruguay 5.90
    8. Thailand 4.80
    9. Israel 2.10
    10. New Zealand 0.90
    11. Singapore 0.30
    12. Hong Kong 0.20

    Intentional homicides are estimates of unlawful homicides purposely inflicted as a result of domestic disputes, interpersonal violence, violent conflicts over land resources, intergang violence over turf or control, and predatory violence and killing by armed groups. Intentional homicide does not include all intentional killing; the difference is usually in the organization of the killing. Individuals or small groups usually commit homicide, whereas killing in armed conflict is usually committed by fairly cohesive groups of up to several hundred members and is thus usually excluded.

    Source: UN