The latest data from Eurostat shows that Italy has one of the highest crime rates in Europe, at the highest levels since data began.
The latest report from the European Union’s crime statistics agency showed the total number of violent crimes, including murder and rape, has increased by 24% in Italy between 2010 and 2016.
In 2016, there were 2,069 violent crimes recorded by Eurostat, which covers all crimes in the EU.
This includes crimes like robbery, assault, theft, arson, burglary and fraud.
In Italy, there have been more than 1,500 murders, including more than 700 in 2017 alone.
According to Eurostat statistics, between 2016 and 2017 the crime rate increased in seven EU countries, while it fell in Romania, Bulgaria and Slovakia.
The data from the Eurostat also showed that Italy’s overall crime rate was lower than that of the EU average.
It was lower in 2015 than it was in 2010, and it dropped in 2009 and 2009.
But, according to the latest data, the crime rates have been increasing in most EU countries since the start of the year.
The EU’s crime rates were the highest in Spain, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania and Portugal, according a report from Eurosceptic think-tank the European Centre for European Reform (ECRE) published on Monday.
The report said that “Italy’s violent crime rate in the first six months of this year was nearly twice that of Greece and Portugal.
In Spain, for instance, Italy’s homicide rate rose to a record high of more than 4,000 homicides in the six months up to the end of March.”
In Italy alone, there are 1.6 million violent crimes.
Crime in Italy is one of Europe’s biggest and most complex issues.
Crime is often fuelled by organised crime groups, and in recent years Italy has seen a large number of murders, especially involving organised crime, fuelled by political instability and a lack of confidence in the government.
In the past few years, there has also been a significant rise in gun crime, with criminals using stolen guns to commit crimes.
Some of the more prominent crimes in Italy are murder, rape and robbery.
According a report by the Italian Institute of Social Sciences (IIS), the country has the fourth highest homicide rate in Europe.
The number of people killed by guns in Italy has been rising steadily over the last decade.
According the report, the murder rate is expected to reach 30,000 this year, an increase of almost 20% compared to 2015.
In addition, a large proportion of those murders are committed by those who are not on the government’s watch list, and who have committed petty crimes, such as petty theft.