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Australia

Australian Conflict Stats

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STAT AMOUNT DATE RANK HISTORY
Terrorism > Global Terrorism Index 1.72 2014 63th out of 155
Terrorism > Government reaction to the death of Osama bin Laden Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard welcomed the news of bin Laden's death, by saying: "Osama bin Laden declared war on innocent people and today he has paid the price for that declaration. Osama bin Laden was directly responsible for despicable acts of violence against innocent people and he inspired acts of violence by others. Today of all days we remember the lives lost, particularly the lives of Australians." She also said it was "a small measure of justice", Cite error: There are <ref> tags on this page, but the references will not show without a {{reflist}} template (see the help page ). 2014
War > Syrian Civil War > Foreign civilians killed 2 2014 10th out of 18
War > World War I > Allied casualties as percentage of total mobilized 52% 1918 4th out of 18
War > World War I > Allied mobilized personnel 412,953 1918 11th out of 19
War > World War I > Allied wounded in action during World War I 152,171 1918 6th out of 19
War > World War I > Deaths as percent of population 1.38% 2014 11th out of 19
War > World War I > Military deaths 61,966 2014 10th out of 16
War > World War I > Military wounded 152,171 2014 6th out of 16
War > World War I > Total allied casualties 214,099 1918 9th out of 19
War > World War I > Total deaths 61,966 2014 13th out of 19
War > World War II > Civilian deaths by military and war crimes 700 1939 20th out of 26
War > World War II > Deaths, percent of pre-war population 0.57 1939 14th out of 31
War > World War II > Total deaths 40,500 1945 12th out of 30

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Australia Conflict Profiles (Subcategories)

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