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rates aren’t much lower than gun homicide rates in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (5.2 deaths per 100,000 people). Firearm homicide rates in Afghanistan, Iraq, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the United States and Pakistan, 2010 Compared to certain countries known for their high crime rates, such as Jamaica, Russia, South Africa and Kenya, the U. had the second-highest rate of gun homicide deaths after Jamaica (view data online). The following screen grab indicates that El Salvador, Colombia and Honduras had the highest rates of firearm homicides in the world in 2010. After a mass shooting that killed 35 people in Australia in 1996, the conservative government enacted laws banning automatic and semi-automatic rifles and pump-action guns and initiated a nationwide gun-buyback program, as described in this NBC News article.

has about two fewer gun homicide deaths per 100,000 people than Iraq, which has 6.5 deaths per 100,000. stands out for its high rates of homicide firearm deaths, its rates look small compared to certain Latin American countries. Our peer countries don’t have the same homicide and accidental gun death problems that we have in the United States.

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A controversial article in La Civilta Cattolica, a Vatican-approved publication, by editor-in-chief Jesuit Fr.

Antonio Spadaro and Marcelo Figueroa, an Argentine Presbyterian pastor who leads his country's edition of the Vatican newspaper, L'Osservatore Romano, has attacked the American Christians who supported Donald Trump for the American presidency. "It" is the 2010 crash of a Polish Air Force plane near Smolensk, Russia, which killed Lech Kaczynski, the twin brother of Polish Law and Justice party leader, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, 18 members of the Polish parliament, the military commanders of the Polish armed forces, the Polish central bank chief and a former Polish president. If anyone has any doubt the swamp in Washington does not want to be drained, all someone has to do is look at the news that came out Thursday.

Whenever a mass shooting occurs, a debate about gun violence ensues. and peer countries by weapon type, 2013 Source: Global Burden of Disease Study. has higher rates of homicides from guns than Pakistan. Switzerland, frequently cited as a country where widespread gun ownership makes people safer, has stricter gun regulations than the U. The Swiss government has placed limits on gun ownership and makes gun owners renew their permits 14 times a year.

An often-cited counter to the point about the United States’ high rates of gun homicides is that people in other countries kill one another at the same rate using different types of weapons. Compared to other countries with similar levels of development or socioeconomic status, the United States has exceptional homicide rates, and it’s driven by gun violence. Access the data visualization here: In a 2013 article for The Atlantic online that compared gun deaths in U. cities to some of the deadliest places in the world, the authors created a map, below, that shows Atlanta has the same gun murder rate as South Africa, Detroit as El Salvador, Phoenix equal to Mexico’s gun homicide rate: The Atlantic Another screen grab, below, compares gun homicide rates in the U. with countries that frequently make headlines for conflict-related violence (Afghanistan, Iraq, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Pakistan). One inspiring example comes from Cali, Colombia, and highlights the value of using data to identify risk factors for homicide.

— There is no typical workday for an animal-care intern at Roger Williams Park Zoo.

A controversial article in La Civilta Cattolica, a Vatican-approved publication, by editor-in-chief Jesuit Fr.

Antonio Spadaro and Marcelo Figueroa, an Argentine Presbyterian pastor who leads his country's edition of the Vatican newspaper, L'Osservatore Romano, has attacked the American Christians who supported Donald Trump for the American presidency. "It" is the 2010 crash of a Polish Air Force plane near Smolensk, Russia, which killed Lech Kaczynski, the twin brother of Polish Law and Justice party leader, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, 18 members of the Polish parliament, the military commanders of the Polish armed forces, the Polish central bank chief and a former Polish president. If anyone has any doubt the swamp in Washington does not want to be drained, all someone has to do is look at the news that came out Thursday.

Whenever a mass shooting occurs, a debate about gun violence ensues. and peer countries by weapon type, 2013 Source: Global Burden of Disease Study. has higher rates of homicides from guns than Pakistan. Switzerland, frequently cited as a country where widespread gun ownership makes people safer, has stricter gun regulations than the U. The Swiss government has placed limits on gun ownership and makes gun owners renew their permits 14 times a year.

An often-cited counter to the point about the United States’ high rates of gun homicides is that people in other countries kill one another at the same rate using different types of weapons. Compared to other countries with similar levels of development or socioeconomic status, the United States has exceptional homicide rates, and it’s driven by gun violence. Access the data visualization here: In a 2013 article for The Atlantic online that compared gun deaths in U. cities to some of the deadliest places in the world, the authors created a map, below, that shows Atlanta has the same gun murder rate as South Africa, Detroit as El Salvador, Phoenix equal to Mexico’s gun homicide rate: The Atlantic Another screen grab, below, compares gun homicide rates in the U. with countries that frequently make headlines for conflict-related violence (Afghanistan, Iraq, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Pakistan). One inspiring example comes from Cali, Colombia, and highlights the value of using data to identify risk factors for homicide.

Also, analysis of the data revealed that homicides were more likely to involve young people and occur on holiday weekends, weekends following paydays, and election days.