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Gun Policy News


21 February 2008

Agence France Presse

BEIRUT — As street clashes between rival political factions in Beirut fuel fears of a new civil war, many Lebanese have started to arm themselves as they prepare for the worst, arms dealers say. "Groups or individuals, looking to make themselves more secure, are starting to buy weapons" on the black market, said one dealer, who spoke on conditi,on of anonymity. "If a Kalashnikov would sell for between 100 and 150 dollars on the black market a year ago, the price... (

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