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Gun Policy News, 14 November 2013

Filipinas

14 November 2013

DNA India

Filipinos count the cost of a high murder rate and the world's longest-running insurgency. The Philippines has the geographical misfortune to be affected by 20 or so tropical cyclones a year, but what distinguishes the country as a disaster zone, apart from the resilience of its people, is the prevalence of guns and its long-running insurgencies. The attacks on aid convoys and the threat of violence hampering the humanitarian effort following Typhoon Haiyan amplify... (GunPolicy.org)

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India

14 November 2013

Indian Express

Two men were arrested in Grant road Wednesday evening by Mumbai Police Crime branch for allegedly smuggling unlicenced firearms into the city, police said. Police said both the suspects are natives of Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh and were nabbed outside Grant Hotel based on a tip-off. While one of the suspects, Aarif Mohammad (33), works in the leather industry, the other — Iqbal Ahmad (21) is a cobbler, police said. A country-made pistol worth Rs 30,000 and two live rounds... (GunPolicy.org)

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Nueva Caledonia,Francia

14 November 2013

Radio New Zealand International (Shortwave)

There is growing concern in New Caledonia over the proliferation of firearms amid suggestions that more than 100,000 rifles are now in circulation. The French high commissioner, Jean-Jacques Brot, says weapons should no longer be sold as if the territory was a haven of eternal peace. France says it will tighten the gun law by next month as there are now officially more than 54,000 rifles registered, a figure which insiders say hides the real numbers. An online... (GunPolicy.org)

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Canadá

14 November 2013

Times-Colonist (British Columbia)

Police unveiled a "staggering collection" of firearms Wednesday, seized from a Prince George home following an investigation that began when border guards came across two suspicious packages. Karl Haus, 53, now faces 17 charges in relation to the haul from a Prospect Point home in the Hart Highlands where police uncovered nine rifles — a fully-automatic M-16 and a fully-automatic AK-47 among them — as well as three handguns, two of which were loaded, and two... (GunPolicy.org)

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