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Gun Policy News, 16 April 2012

États-Unis,Mexique

16 April 2012

Latin American Herald Tribune (Venezuela)

MEXICO CITY – An exhibit of photographs and art at a Mexico City museum seeks to draw attention to the impact of arms smuggled into Mexico from the United States and gather signatures for a campaign demanding that Washington put an end to arms trafficking. "Adios a las armas. Contrabando en las fronteras" (Goodbye Firearms. Contraband at the Borders), which opened on Nov. 30 at Mexico City's Museum of Memory and Tolerance, has been seen by about 30,000 visitors,... (GunPolicy.org)

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Canada

16 April 2012

National Post (Toronto)

The long-gun registry was officially scrapped two weeks ago, on April 5. After it had passed through the House and Senate, Governor-General David Johnston signed off on the decision to shut down the registry, which kept records on who owned non-restricted firearms (mainly shotguns and hunting rifles). Destruction of existing records has begun, but is expected to take some time to complete — perhaps months. But the Quebec provincial government filed a court injunction... (GunPolicy.org)

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États-Unis,Amérique du Nord

16 April 2012

Guardian (UK)

There are around 90 guns for every 100 Americans yet, despite 85 fatal shootings a day, the mighty US gun lobby is as powerful as ever. In the wake of Trayvon Martin's killing, Gary Younge reports on the country's deadly attachment to firearms At an organising breakfast for National Rifle Association (NRA) grassroots activists, Samuel Richardson, a man with whom I have not exchanged a word, passes me a note. "Please read the book Injustice by Adams," it reads. "He was... (GunPolicy.org)

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Angola

16 April 2012

Angola Press Agency (Luanda)

LUANDA — The National Commission for Disarmament of Civilians will intensify its actions of coercive disarmament of citizens in possession of weapons throughout the country. It was announced on Monday, by the spokesman of the committee, chief commissioner Paulo Gaspar de Almeida, at the end of a meeting held in Luanda, with the provincial and ministerial coordinators. According to Paulo Gaspar de Almeida, actions will be implemented in all provinces, especially in... (GunPolicy.org)

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