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Gun Policy News, 1 November 2013


1 November 2013

Phuket News / Phuket Gazette

PHUKET - Gun owners with permission to carry their weapons in public may no longer do so in tourist areas, it was announced on Tuesday. The order issued by the Royal Thai Police applies nationwide and is part of an ongoing effort to improve tourist safety. Carrying guns in tourist areas or in areas where crowds gather is no longer allowed, Patong Police Deputy Superintendent Akanit Danpitaksat said, adding that plain clothes officers would be looking for firearms... (GunPolicy.org)

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Nueva Caledonia

1 November 2013

Agence France Presse

[Translated summary: A petition begun in New Caledonia has been gathering signatures concerning how many guns are in circulation nationally and the availability of firearms. Official figures show 4,521 weapons were sold in 2011, up significantly from 1,381 sold the year before. It is thought that there are 55,000 guns in New Caledonia, but officials estimate that the true figure is two - three times that number. Last week one person was injured in a shooting and in... (GunPolicy.org)

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