Five Most Suicidal Countries by Continent

For each continent, (excluding Antarctica), name the five countries with the highest suicide rate.
Data from Wikipedia
Per 100 000 people
Excluding dependent, non-U.N. sovereign states, (a.k.a Greenland).
Humans are liable to make mistakes. If you see an error, please comment.
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Africa
27.4
Mozambique
24.9
Tanzania
23.1
Burundi
19.8
South Sudan
19.5
Uganda
Asia
28.9
South Korea
28.8
Sri Lanka
24.9
Nepal
23.8
Kazakhstan
21.1
India
Europe
28.2
Lithuania
19.5
Russia
19.1
Hungary
18.3
Belarus
16.8
Ukraine
North America
13.6
El Salvador
13.0
Trinidad and Tobago
12.1
United States
11.4
Cuba
10.0
Nicaragua
Oceania
12.4
Papua New Guinea
10.6
Australia
10.6
Solomon Islands
9.6
New Zealand
7.3
Fiji
South America
44.2
Guyana
12.2
Chile
12.2
Bolivia
12.1
Uruguay
9.2
Ecuador
7 Comments
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Level 85
Jan 20, 2016
You left out the United States, whose suicide rate exceeds that of Cuba, Nicaragua, and Canada.
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Level 70
Jan 20, 2016
Thanks for notifying me.
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Level 65
Jan 20, 2016
Nice quiz.
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Level 70
Jan 20, 2016
Thanks.
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Level 52
Nov 14, 2018
Surprised Japan isn't there.
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Level 46
Jan 23, 2021
No Latvia, Finland, Japan, Taiwan or South Africa?

No Lesotho or Suriname either... Strange

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Level 70
Jan 23, 2021
This quiz was made in 2016, and the Wikipedia page has been updated since. Latvia, Japan, Lesotho and Suriname should be included as per the new data. Finland is 15th in Europe, despite their reputation, and Sweden has the highest suicide rate among the Nordic countries, while Taiwan has no data avaliable. I might update the quiz, although I am not happy with the concept as it seems more of a 'guess random countries' sort of quiz, even if there are discernable, underlying patterns.