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Gun Policy News, 3 July 2004

Amérique du Sud,Argentine,Bolivie,Brésil,Chili,Colombie,Équateur,Mexique,Paraguay,Pérou,Uruguay,Venezuela,Amérique centrale

3 July 2004

La Opinión (USA), Opinion

GINEBRA — Con una población conjunta de 464 millones de habitantes, 11 países — Argentina, Bolivia, Brasil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, México, Paraguay, Perú, Uruguay y Venezuela —, poseen hasta 80 millones de armas de fuego, según revelan los resultados de la Encuesta de armas pequeñas 2004: derechos en riesgo, realizada por el Instituto de Posgrado de Altos Estudios Internacionales, dados a conocer en Ginebra la semana pasada. Exceptuando a Ecuador, todos... (GunPolicy.org)

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Suisse

3 July 2004

SwissInfo

Switzerland exported small arms valued at $4.3 million (SFr5.3 million) to war-torn Sudan in 2002, according to a report presented to the United Nations. The report, from Geneva's Institute of International Studies, claims that Switzerland was the second-largest supplier of such weapons after Iran. The Small Arms Survey 2004 describes the deliveries from Switzerland as "military weapons". Swiss legislation forbids the export of war materiel to countries at war or to... (GunPolicy.org)

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Australie

3 July 2004

Herbert River Express (Queensland)

Firearms owners are encouraged to hand in any unregistered or illegal weapons during the firearms amnesty which began on Thursday. Police Minister Judy Spence said the amnesty was being held in Queensland to allow people to surrender illegal or unwanted firearms without penalty. "While the public will not be compensated for their weapons, under the terms of the amnesty, people will not be prosecuted for possessing firearms illegally if they surrender those firearms to... (GunPolicy.org)

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