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Gun Policy News, 7 April 2012


7 April 2012

Daily Monitor (Kampala)

'In Summary 'Mine was an easy purchase' It was a Sunday when I called on an old friend at Makindye. We settled at a pub on Salama Road. Here, we found a lively group of five men chatting over bottles of beer. They conducted their conversation in Luganda and Swahili, and owing to the kind of calls they consistently made, it was clear there was something cooking. We took up seats close to their table and could clearly eavesdrop on their conversation. One of the men... (

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Afrique orientale,Éthiopie,Kenya

7 April 2012

East African (Nairobi)

Kenya and Ethiopia are opening up their volatile border to more trade as they seek to improve community relations, ease inter-ethnic tensions to reduce demand for small arms and disrupt one of the main routes of illicit small arms coming into East Africa. Illicit small arms trade in the Horn of Africa and the Great Lakes region has been one of the main drivers of crime across East Africa and has sustained organised criminal networks like cattle rustlers and urban... (

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7 April 2012

Advertiser (Adelaide)

Almost 11,000 licensed firearms have reportedly gone "missing" in South Australia over the past decade. Among the 10,879 weapons are semi-automatic rifles, pump-action shotguns, pistols and antique guns, SA Police figures reveal. Firearms classified as missing include those that are lost, unaccounted for from deceased estates, where the licence holder can't be located, firearms destroyed by the owner, or destroyed by other means such as flood and fire. The figures -... (

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