Some Rich Nations Deadlier for Women than Men, says Study

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Women and girls in eight of the world’s richest countries are experiencing levels of violent deaths as high as--or higher than--men, according to a study produced for the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

The majority of those nations were European, with the remainder in Asia, based on 2015 figures analyzed by the Small Arms Survey in the third of a series of “research notes” on global violence financed by the Swiss Agency for Development and . . .

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