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A DNA database is planned in the Bahamas.
According to Interpol's 2008 survey a DNA database was set up in Bahrain in 2001.
A DNA database is planned in Bangladesh
Interpol's 2008 survey lists Barbados as a country that is planning a DNA database.
According to Interpol's 2008 survey, Belarus set up a DNA database in 2006 and is planning to implement specific DNA database legislation.
Belgium's DNA database was established in 1999.
Bermuda began setting up a DNA database in 2005, including DNA profiles of innocent people. It plans to include its whole population in future.
- Bosnia & Herzegovenia
According to Interpol's 2008 survey, Bosnia and Herzegovenia is planning a DNA database.
Botswana has a small DNA database, introduced in 2006.
Brazil has a DNA database for convicted sex offenders. New legislation to expand the database was adopted in May 2012.
Brunei is setting up a DNA database.
Bulgaria set up a DNA database in 1999.