GLASGOW is Scotland's murder capital and one of Europe's most violent cities, the report showed.
Of the 119 murders reported in 2006-7, there were 76 in the Strathclyde police area.
There were 33 killings in Glasgow. The figure compared with 16 in Lothian and Borders, with 11 murders in Edinburgh.
Scotland's homicide rate was 2.26 killings per 100,000 people - highest of the home nations.
Bulgaria, Finland, Estonia, Lithuania, Romania and Slovakia had higher rates.
But Glasgow's murder rate was 6.17. The only European cities with higher figures were Tallinn in Estonia (9.75) and Vilnius in Lithuania (8.92).