Slovenia at Europe's Top by the Number of Suicides, WHO Report Says
Geneva, 4 October - The suicide rate in Slovenia as compared to that in West European countries is raising concerns, as 33 people out of 100,000 committed suicide in 2000. The murder rate of 1.3 murders per 100,000 people, on the other hand, placed Slovenia below the world average, according to the World Report on Violence and Health, the first comprehensive report about violence as a global public health problem released by the World Health Organisation (WHO) on Thursday.
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