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Homicide rates around the world continue to fall to record-low levels year after year
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11 January 2020
On 11 January 2020 Good New Network reported:
Despite having different languages, cultures, and gun laws, homicide rates across much of the world have been falling since the 90s -- and those rates are continuing their positive trajectories into 2020. Between 1990 and 2015, the number of homicides per 100,000 people fell by 46 per cent, with countries in Oceania experiencing a 22 per cent drop over the same period, and 36 per cent in Asia Asia and Western Europe, where one is already the least likely to become a victim of a homicidal act, saw the most significant decreases over that period of time.
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