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Gun Policy News, 14 August 2012

États-Unis,Royaume-Uni,Australie

14 August 2012

BBC News

A plan to change the law in Australia could see children as young as 12 hunting by themselves. Is that a sensible step or a dangerous one? Condemned by some as a bloodthirsty move to impose a violent culture on children, authorities in Australia's most populous state are considering a plan to allow under-18s to hunt feral animals on their own with knives, dogs and bows and arrows. The hunting lobby in New South Wales says the proposal will encourage more families to... (GunPolicy.org)

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États-Unis,Russie

14 August 2012

New York Times

IZHEVSK, Russia — The nickname of this town, home of the factory that makes Kalashnikov rifles, is the "Armory of Russia." Over the years, it has armed a good number of other countries, too, as the lathes and presses of the Izhevsk Machine Works clanged around the clock to forge AK-47s and similar guns for insurgents and armies around the world. But these days, many of Izhevsk's weapons are headed somewhere else: the United States. Despite the gun's violent history... (GunPolicy.org)

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Guatemala

14 August 2012

InSight Crime (Bogota)

While Guatemala saw a significant drop in homicides in the first seven months of 2012 compared to the previous year, the country continues to face a serious problem of violence and insecurity. Guatemala's national forensic institute, INACIF, registered 3,410 homicides between January and July of this year. This statistic is down 7.7 percent from the same period in 2011, when there were 3,695 murders, reports EFE. Seventy-seven percent of these crimes were committed... (GunPolicy.org)

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