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5 million in funding will be awarded to expand the National Violent Death Reporting System, which links data from law enforcement, coroners and medical examiners, vital statistics and crime laboratories to paint a comprehensive picture of homicides, suicides and unintentional firearm injuries.
The 16 funded states participate in CDC's National Violent Death Reporting System (NVDRS) and provide enhanced understanding of violent deaths to make prevention efforts more effective.
Inspired by the fact that the Prosecutor's Office put the death of journalist Nikola Mladenov as acta, Erol Rizaov concludes for Utrinski vesnik that someone's violent death cannot be archived without answering the key questions.
Details of Mr Leonavicius' violent death emerged as his nephew, Eligijus Zemaitis, appeared in court charged with murder.
ACLOSE-KNIT community has been rocked by the violent death of a popular grandmother on Christmas Eve.
It means that more than one violent death a week could have been prevented if the suspect had been locked up instead of being let out.
Eshimbetovs Tahmina, 25, was found in her house with signs of violent death.
How could the spectre of violent death cast itself over such ordinary people, doing ordinary things in a peaceful part of England on a beautiful day in early summer?
PEOPLE living in Scotland's poorest places are at least 32 times more likely to meet a violent death than those in wealthy areas.
Washington, Apr 14 (ANI): Use of certain anticonvulsant medications may be associated with an increased risk of suicide, attempted suicide or violent death, according to an analysis of prescription and clinical data.
THE shocking, violent death of Huddersfield shopkeeper Gurmail Singh stunned the town.

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