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Un articolo di Eric Markowitz su The Altantic spiega i motivi dietro al calo del numero di suicidi in Svizzera avvenuto nell’ultimo decennio.
Switzerland, a peaceful country of about eight million people, is typically regarded for its pristine ski resorts, economic prosperity, and extraordinarily high life expectancy rates – second only in the world to Japan. The country also has a well established gun culture. It boasts the fourth highest rate of firearm ownership in the world – roughly 30 percent of all Swiss households contain a gun – trailing only the United States, Serbia, and Yemen.
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