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Why do people kill each other?
Question Date: 2016-08-31
Answer 1:

There are a lot of reasons why people kill each-other. Some of them can be identified to biology, such as jealousy or competition but in many cases I'm not sure modern science has an answer.

Answer 2:

There are too many reasons to list off. Pick one of the seven deadly sins...

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