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28 April 2002

Los Angeles Times

MADRID — On paper, Western Europe seems like a gun control utopia. The laws governing firearms are tougher than those in the United States. Citizens are less likely to be armed. And the number of gun crimes is substantially lower. On the street, though, there are signs of ominous change. Friday's massacre at a school in Germany was the latest in a series of bloody gun crimes around the continent during the last year. The two worst examples were the slaughter of... (GunPolicy.org)

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