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Trans woman Paloma Salas Jiménez was found by police stabbed 20 times. (JOAQUIN SARMIENTO/AFP via Getty Images)

A trans woman was stabbed 20 times and had her eye gouged out to ‘send a message’ to Colombia’s LGBT+ community

J F do Nascimento Martins, a Brazilian trans woman, was shot to death while sipping drinks with friends. (Facebook)

A trans woman was out drinking with her friends. Minutes later, she was shot to death by a gang of thugs

331 trans people have been murdered since last year's report

Trans woman with a ‘beautiful heart’ fatally stabbed in the neck during an argument over a wig

Monika Diamond, a business owner, a mother, and now the fourth trans person murdered in the US in 2020. (Facebook)

Trans woman shot to death inside an ambulance as medics fought to save her life

Kendall, a trans sex worker based in Bogotá, was killed by a colleague. (Facebook)

A 19-year-old trans woman was stabbed in the head after heated argument with fellow sex worker

Two trans women, Jerrika Rivas Ruíz (L) and Uber Agudelo Meléndez (R), were brutally killed in the space of two days in Colombia. (Facebook)

Battered with bricks and stabbed: Two trans women brutally killed in Colombia in two days

Exterior of a Phones4U store. (Newscast/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)

Phones4U businessman dies in jail while serving sentence for murdering transgender wife

Do you know this trans woman murdered by a serial killer in the 1970s?

Do you know this trans woman murdered by a serial killer in the 1970s?

9-year-old girl shows the beauty of letting trans kids live their truth

Teenage girl is the 17th trans person to be killed in the US in 2019

Tracy Single is the 15th trans woman of colour to be murdered in the US this year

Transgender woman Chynal Lindsey was found dead on June 1 in Dallas, Texas

Man charged in murder of transgender woman in Dallas

Reggie Bullock #25 of the Detroit Pistons reacts during the game against the Atlanta Hawks at Philips Arena on February 11, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia.

NBA player Reggie Bullock speaks about the murder of his trans sister

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