A PowerPoint presentation titled “Powerpoint” is a potent tool for illustrating how the U.S. is the most dangerous nation in the world.
A recent Powerpoint presentation by the Department of Defense illustrates how U.A.E. countries are the world leaders in mass shootings.
The slides show how, for instance, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, and Bahrain are the top five countries in the United Nations with the highest number of mass shootings per capita.
The presentation, entitled “The Global Threat of Mass Shootings in 2017,” was released by the Pentagon on Monday.
The slides show the countries’ mass shooting rates per 100,000 residents, with the U, A, and Q countries ranked third, fourth, and fifth.
According to a report by the Pew Research Center, there were an estimated 8,973,094 mass shootings between 2015 and 2016, the most recent year for which data is available.
That number is far more than the 3.4 million deaths from mass shootings in 2016, but the UAECs report shows that the UAs deadliest shooting happened in 2017, when a man who killed three people and wounded two others at a shopping mall in Las Vegas was killed by police.
While the United Kingdom is at the bottom of the list, it is not the worst of all countries.
In the U., the most deadly shooting took place in 2016 when a 27-year-old man killed four people and injured eight others at an airfield.
For more from the Powerpoint slideshow, check out the slideshow below: