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Stohl, Rachel and Doug Tuttle. 2014 ‘The Small Arms Trade in Latin America [Destruction].’ North American Congress on Latin America, Reporting on the Americas. New York NY: North American Congress on Latin America (NACLA). 13 October

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In El Salvador, the United States helped destroy 30,000 small arms in 2003, in Honduras, 13,680 small arms…were destroyed in 2006–07…

[I]n Suriname, 3 million .50-cal rounds, 20,000 WWII-­vintage rounds, and 20,000 small-arms munitions (including grenades) were destroyed in 2006–07.(36)

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36) Reuters, "U.S., Nicaragua Head for Conflict Over Old Missiles," February 5, 2007.

ID: Q11854

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