Number of victims of the worst mass shootings in western democratic countries from 1966 to 2012

  Number of victims
Norway, Oslo/Utoeya (2011) 77
Australia, Port Arthur (1996) 35
USA, Blacksburg, Virginia (2007) 32
USA, Newtown, Connecticut (2012) 27
USA, Killeen, Texas (1991) 23
USA, San Ysidro, California (1984) 21
Brazil (1997) 17
Scotland, Dunblane (1996) 17
Germany, Erfurt (2002) 16
England, Hungerford (1987) 16
USA, Austin, Texas (1966) 16
Germany, Winnenden (2009) 15
Switzerland, Zug (2001) 14
USA, Edmond, Oklahoma (1986) 14
New Zealand, Aramoana (1990) 13
USA, Fort Hood, Texas (2009) 13
USA, Littleton, Colorado (1999) 13
USA, Binghampton, New York (2009) 13
France, Toulon (1995) 13
USA, Aurora, Texas (2012) 12
Azerbaijan, Baku (2009) 12
USA, Atlanta, Georgia (1999) 12
USA, Jacksonville, Florida (1990) 10
Finland, Kauhajok (2008) 10
USA, Alabama (2009) 10
USA, Red Lake, Minnesota (2005) 9
USA, Los Angeles, California (2008) 9
Canada, Montreal (1989) 9
France, Nanterre (2002) 8
Finland, Tuusula (2007) 8
Japan, Osaka (2001) 8
USA, Fullerton, California (1976) 7
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The statistic shows the number of victims of the worst mass shootings in western democratic countries from 1966 to 2012. On December 14, 2012, a gunman killed 26 people - 20 of them children aged 5 to 10 - in a shooting at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut. He committed suicide afterwards.

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