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In Honduras, Salvador, Jamaica, Venezuela and Guatemala people have the highest probability to be shot dead. Comparison between homicide by firearms rate and socio-economic indicators shows that the higher income inequality the higher homicide by firearms rate is. Countires where GINI coefficient exceeds 0.45 are at high risk of homicide increase.

Gun deaths (number)         Homicides by firearm (%)       Homicide by firearm rate (per 100,000 population)           Social networks and crime rate

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