A report on Murder

Murder in the House by Jakub Schikaneder
Aaron Alexis holding a shotgun during his rampage
A group of Thugs strangling a traveller on a highway in the early 19th century.
International murder rate per 100,000 inhabitants, 2011
UNODC : Per 100,000 population (2011)
Lake Bodom murders in Espoo, Finland is the most famous unsolved homicide cases in Finnish criminal history. The tent is investigated immediately after the murders in 1960.
The scene of a murder in Rio de Janeiro. More than 800,000 people were murdered in Brazil between 1980 and 2004.
Intentional homicide rate per 100,000 inhabitants, 2009
The historical homicide rate in Stockholm since 1400 AD. The murder rate was very high in the Middle Ages. The rate has declined greatly: from 45/100,000 to a low of 0.6 in the 1950s. The last decades have seen the homicide rate rise slowly.

Unlawful killing of another human without justification or valid excuse, especially the unlawful killing of another human with malice aforethought.

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Murder in the House by Jakub Schikaneder

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Murder (Australian law)

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Defined by State legislation.

Defined by State legislation.

Under NSW law, the maximum penalty for murder is life imprisonment, with a standard non-parole period of 20 years, or 25 years for the murder of a child under the age of 18.

Islamic views on sin

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Important concept in Islamic ethics that Muslims view as being anything that goes against the commands of God or breaching the laws and norms laid down by religion.

Important concept in Islamic ethics that Muslims view as being anything that goes against the commands of God or breaching the laws and norms laid down by religion.

2) Committing murder (taking away someone's life);

Murder (Indian law)

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In India according to Section 300 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860, murder is defined as follows:

Letting die

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In non-consequentialist ethical thought, there is a moral distinction between killing and letting die.

Murder (Swedish law)

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In Sweden, the following degrees of murder apply:

In Sweden, the following degrees of murder apply:

Second degree murder (Dråp) is defined as murder when it is less severe, either due to the circumstances or the crime itself and is not premeditated but intentional, and is punishable with a fixed prison term between 6 and 10 years. (3-2 §)

Murder (Italian law)

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By Italian law, murder (omicidio ) is regulated by articles 575–582, 584–585, and 589 of the Codice Penale (Penal Code).

Murder (Norwegian law)

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In Norway an act of murder (mord or drap) is, as in other legal systems, illegal and considered a very serious offense.