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Intentional injuries are those where harm is intended. These are divided into intentional self-harm, illegal violence to others, injuries directly due to war, and legally inflicted injuries. They are the sum of the following (with their relative contribution to the total Intentional injuries deaths in 2002):

1. Suicide (Self-inflicted injuries), U157 Map 482, (54% of deaths).

2. Murder (Violence), U158 Map 483, (35% of deaths).

3. War, U159 Map 484, (11% of deaths).

4. Other intentional injuries, U160 no map, (1% of deaths).

Intentional injuries caused 2.8% of all deaths worldwide in 2002, an average of 260 deaths per million people per year.

International Classification of Diseases-10 codes: X60-Y09, Y35-Y36, Y870, Y871,

Territories are sized in proportion to the absolute number of people who died from intentional injuries in one year.

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