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Gun Policy News, 7 November 2013

Australia

7 November 2013

Canberra Times (Australia)

Police have seized drugs, firearms and a large amount of ammunition during two raids in Canberra's south on Thursday morning. Executing search warrants at two sites in Narrabundah and Fyshwick about 5am, officers seized seven firearms, three replica firearms, a large amount of ammunition and a quantity of drugs. ACT Police said the weapons found at Narrabundah included four rifles, two pistols and one shotgun. "Police also seized three replica firearms and 2,000... (GunPolicy.org)

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Estados Unidos,Israel

7 November 2013

Jerusalem Post

A National Rifle Association delegation from the United States was joined by former US ambassador to the UN John R. Bolton Thursday for a tour and briefing at the capital's Police Intelligence and Observation Center, located in the Old City. The state-of-the-art center, which features nearly 40 high definition screens monitoring the Old City 24 hours a day, is utilized to alert officers to any potential threats. Bolton, who served under former president George W. Bush... (GunPolicy.org)

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Sudán

7 November 2013

Sudan Tribune (France)

RUMBEK — Authorities in Lakes state's Yirol West county of reported that a series of firearms have been discovered in remote cattle camps occupied by pastoralist youth from the Apaak community. Colonel Majak Ruei Angong warned that surprise disarmament could be ordered in all suspected payams and bomas (districts) around Yirol West county at "anytime". He said intelligence currently being gathered, as well as information already obtained, confirms that pastoralist... (GunPolicy.org)

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Australia

7 November 2013

News.com.au

The Abbott Government is to axe expert advice on firearms, infant formula, high-speed rail, housing, insurance and animal welfare. Prime Minister Tony Abbott risks a community backlash but he said some of the 21 groups being abolished had "outlived their original purpose" and it was part of his pledge to cut bureaucracy and red tape. The Commonwealth Firearms Advisory Council, formed in 2010, evolved from a group set up to advise John Howard after the Port Arthur... (GunPolicy.org)

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Australia,Guatemala,Italia,Israel

7 November 2013

Fox News Latino (USA) / EFE News Agency

The Guatemalan government will invest some $12.6 million to buy new weapons for the National Civil Police, or PNC, a government minister said Wednesday. Interior Minister Mauricio Lopez Bonilla said at a press conference that after 10 "failed bidding processes" to buy the weapons for the PNC held between 2005 and 2011, authorities opted to make the acquisition from three different foreign manufacturers via an "exceptional agreement." The procedure, which is allowed by... (GunPolicy.org)

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