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5 July 2005

Australian Associated Press

PORT MORESBY — Most high-powered firearms used in crime and tribal fights in Papua New Guinea are bought or stolen from the military or the police, a Sydney University researcher says. Politicians and civil servants also are implicated in the country's small arms trade, with elections seen as chances to seize votes and resources at gunpoint, Associate Professor Philip Alpers told a National Gun Summit in PNG. This week's AusAID-funded summit in the Eastern... (

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