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Gun Policy News, 27 November 2013


27 November 2013

Indian Express

A 16-year-old boy died after he accidentally pulled the trigger of a pistol while showing it off to his siblings, police said. The incident was reported from East Delhi's Madhu Vihar area on Monday night. According to police, the boy had found the 'made in Italy' weapon and was teaching his siblings how to operate it when he accidentally pulled the trigger. He suffered a bullet injury in the neck. Neighbours who heard the gunshot rushed him to the Metro hospital in... (GunPolicy.org)

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27 November 2013


ANKARA - Turkish police detained a suspect after seizing 10 handguns in a minibus in the southern province of Hatay, local Today's Zaman reported Wednesday. A mini-bus driver called the police after a man left a suspicious bag inside his vehicle, according to the report. By searching the bag, the police found 10 unlicensed handguns and detained the suspected owner of the bag. The incident is still under investigation. Smuggling of weapons has been on the rise in... (GunPolicy.org)

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Arabia Saudita

27 November 2013

Saudi Gazette

JAZAN — Smugglers are using various means to evade security personnel and smuggle arms, drugs, alcohol and other items into the country, said residents living near the borders. Residents in these border towns have become aware of the means used by these smugglers, who also use the mountains to enter the country. Mountains near the border have provided a safe haven for smugglers to hide drugs, arms and alcohol, said Border Guards. Some have also set up breweries in... (GunPolicy.org)

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África,Sudán de Sur

27 November 2013

Sudan Tribune (France)

JUBA — The United Nations Mission in South Sudan, through it disarmament, demobilization and reintegration work is providing intensive training to the South Sudan security services in order to create a national Bureau for Community Security and Small Arms Control. A composite group from South Sudan's army (SPLA), the South Sudanese Police Service, National Security, Wildlife and Prison Services have participated in an intensive 12-day training funded by the UNMISS... (GunPolicy.org)

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27 November 2013

Venezuela Analysis

30,000 security cameras will be installed across Venezuela under a scheme inaugurated by President Nicolas Maduro on Tuesday, amid ongoing efforts to tackle street crime. "We're establishing a support system at the highest technological level," Maduro stated during the inauguration of the Integrated Monitoring and Assistance System (SIMA). Aimed at reducing crime though the installation of security cameras in public places, SIMA will be rolled out nationwide, "town by... (GunPolicy.org)

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