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Gun Policy News, 13 August 2012

Nouvelle Zélande

13 August 2012

Dominion Post (Wellington)

Aaron Grimwood should have turned 21 tomorrow. But instead of celebrating his birthday his parents will be campaigning for tighter gun laws, after he was shot dead by a close friend. "We definitely don't want any other families to go through hell," his mother Ann-Maree Grimwood said. In September 2010, after an inquest into Mr Grimwood's death, Wellington coroner Ian Smith recommended Parliament consider a review of the law with a view to establishing a range of... (

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13 August 2012

BBC News

Police in Thailand say that they will charge a member of the Thai parliament with causing death by negligence for accidentally shooting his secretary dead with a submachine gun. They say that the accident happened in a restaurant on Sunday night. Senator Boonsong Kowawisarat took out a 9mm Uzi submachine gun while waiting for food, the Bangkok Post reported. He told police the gun accidentally discharged and his secretary was shot in the stomach. Police say that the... (

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13 August 2012

Himalayan Times (Kathmandu)

KATHMANDU - After making amendments to the Arms and Ammunition Rules, 2028, the government today called all licence holders of small arms to renew their licences and take the arms back which were voluntarily submitted to the government or seized by security forces during the conflict which ended in 2006. On July 27, the Cabinet took a decision to this effect of handing over the arms which were legally owned according to the rules within six months. Some people had... (

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