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I found at least one non-profit that has a website (updated link) that contains statistics based on specific country. I don't know how accurate they are because many attacks are probably still unknown. I don't know if you can download their data as a database, but I think with finite data points, you can reconstruct the data set yourself. For the optional ...


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The Bureau for Investigative Journalism was listed as the source for the well-known Pitch Interactive Drone visualization project. Pitch doesn't link directly to the data file they used, but poking around on the BIJ website leads to this page. Unfortunately, from clicking around I can't find any sign of well-structured, downloadable data, probably because ...


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Try the Global Terrorism Database from the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START) project at at the University of Maryland. Here's a brief snip from their about page The Global Terrorism Database (GTD) is an open-source database including information on terrorist events around the world from 1970 through 2012 ...


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I'm not an expert in this area, but I was told about this site: http://www.va.gov/VETDATA/Veteran_Population.asp Which has some data on veteran populations in the U.S. I'm not sure if it has discharge rates, but it might be a good place to start. You could try emailing some of the contact folks referenced in the datasets on that VA site, as they might have ...


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There is a new API for journalists and others called CrisisNET. With it you can search based on location and type. Also, you can export CSV files if you aren't familiar with programming - explore. Inside of the returned data are some URLs for more details. Typical results in JSON format will have these fields: { "remoteID": "...


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the National Center for Veterans Analysis and Statistics is a good general starting spot for knowing what data is available about veterans. The "reports" page there includes some higher level data about Veteran employment, income, and poverty status. However, this is mostly aggregate and historical data. Generally, the source for monthly employment ...


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Have you looked at The Correlates of War project? Haven't used the dataset myself but I understand it's a project by a group of politician scientists collecting data on occurrences of war in recent history. From the site description: Version 4 of the Militarized Interstate Dispute (MID) data collection compiled by the Correlates of War Project ...


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Another alternative may be the UCDP/PRIO Armed Conflict Dataset and several related conflict datasets available from Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO). The data can be viewed interactively from https://ucdp.uu.se/#/ and can be downloaded here. There is also an API


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You could look at the Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (ACLED). ACLED is is a disaggregated data collection, analysis, and crisis mapping project. It provides data export and a dashboard Terms of Use and Access policy begins: Non-Commercial Licenses - ACLED’s full dataset is available for use free of charge by noncommercial entities and ...


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Here's a list of veterans' data sources, some have part of what you want, you can probably cobble together your desired outcome from these resources: Employment Situation of Veterans 2015 - bls.gov data.gov Search for "Veterans+Employment" Census Relevant Information, More Sources - veteranstalent.io


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SIPRI (Stockholm International Peace Research Institute) has some databases available on weapons that were traded between countries or political groups. I think the weapons are going to be military-grade, so I'm not sure how useful for your question. Also, the data is there but quiet buried under manual extraction process and a format that is not easily ...


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