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Rwanda

4 December 2008

New Times (Kigali)

KIGALI — Rwanda National Police (RNP) will today train nine police and army officers on how to mark firearms using a new electronic machine ahead of a general exercise that will see all government owned firearms marked. The head of RNP's Firearms Registry, Chief Supt. Joel Ndahiro during a press briefing ahead of the exercise stressed that, "Marking of firearms will assist in tracing the movement of arms across national boundaries and provide necessary information to... (GunPolicy.org)

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