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New Zealand pledges reforms as relaxed gun laws scrutinized

Reuters Saturday, 16 March 2019
New Zealand is normally peaceful and calm - and has plenty of guns.
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According to Reuters, New Zealand's gun laws has been thrown into the spotlight by the killing of 49 people by a shooter rampaging through two Christchurch mosques with an arsenal of high-powered guns.. It has prompted an immediate promise of stricter gun laws from Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, who...

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