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24 June 2006

Sydney Morning Herald

NEW YORK — Prasad Kariyawasam seems like an unlikely person to receive 5000 letters a day. Sri Lanka's ambassador to the United Nations is a softly spoken diplomat, more likely to avoid controversy than provoke it. But in the past few weeks, his office has been overwhelmed with at least 100,000 letters, mostly from supporters of America's National Rifle Association, who believe that he is trying to take away their guns. How could the Sri Lankan UN ambassador pose a... (GunPolicy.org)

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