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Gun Policy News


20 October 2005

Knight Ridder / Tribune (USA)

RIO DE JANEIRO — Brazil, which has more annual gun deaths than any other country, could be poised to launch dramatic measures to stop the violence that's paralyzed whole cities. This Sunday the 186 million-person country will become the first in the world to hold a nationwide referendum on banning the sales of guns and bullets to almost all civilians. The result is anything but certain. A public opinion survey this month by the private research firm IBOPE showed... (

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