Northern Ireland is not included in the reported figure for Ireland.
According to some reports Bagota (Colombia), Karachi (Pakistan), Lagos (Nigeria), Dhaka (Bangladesh) and Port Moresby (Papua New Guinea) have some of the highest murder rates in the world, but there are no reliable statistics and Interpol refuses to make its statistics public.
Caracas, Venezuela reputedly has a murder rate over 100 per 100,000.
The most comprehensive list I could find was from Interpol for the mid-1970s (International Crime Statistics).
(Interpol presently only releases crime statistics to police organizations.) The top 10 countries for murder were: There are more recent statistics, which include fewer countries than the Interpol statistics: Map & Graph of Murders (per capita) The top 10 countries for homicide conviction in 2003 were: Both of these sources of statistics give as least as much evidence for the difficulty of getting accurate homicide data as they do of homicide rates.
If aging & disease are eliminated and the world is made much safer (and/or surgical repair is vastly improved) so as to reduce the danger of death by accident, the major causes of death will be suicide and homicide.
I believe that no matter how advanced the technology, people will always have the means of killing other people — and of killing themselves.
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In this essay I want to focus on murder (homicide), which is the tenth leading cause of death for males in the United States (much less common for females).