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Malta,Reino Unido

14 January 2003

Times of Malta, Opinion

Britain has the toughest gun laws in the European Union. Following the 1997 Dunblane massacre of 16 children and a teacher at a primary school, it banned handguns and other weapons with the aim of making the country a safer place to live in. However, instead of focusing on the causes of such a tragedy and enacting laws ensuring appropriate safeguards, they opted for a knee-jerk reaction. Britain is now paying a dear price. Two youngsters in Birmingham have just been... (GunPolicy.org)

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