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Gun Policy News, 8 August 2004

Royaume-Uni,Irlande du Nord

8 August 2004

Belfast Telegraph (UK)

Three senior LVF [Loyalist Volunteer Force] godfathers have flown to Spain to secure a major arms deal with Croatian mobsters, it has been claimed. Senior sources claim the trio — two from north Belfast and one from mid-Ulster — flew to a resort in the Costa Del Sol last week, for a meeting with the eastern European arms dealers. Sources say the terror bosses flew with their families to Spain in a bid to deflect attention away from the real reason behind their... (

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8 August 2004

Age (Melbourne)

Gun owners have been paid almost $94 million in compensation by federal and state governments for surrendering 68,727 handguns and 328,891 firearm parts and accessories in the national buyback scheme. Final figures for the buyback obtained by The Sunday Age reveal Victorians handed in 18,626 handguns — more than any other state. Victorians also surrendered 45,229 gun parts and accessories and were paid a total of $23.18 million. In NSW, 17,735 guns were collected,... (

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