In the aftermath of recent events, the spotlight has recently been locked on gun control, especially in countries where it has been most successful.
Arguably, the place that’s made the most headlines is Australia. The country severely restricted gun ownership over 20 years ago, following the country’s deadliest mass murder in Port Arthur, which claimed 35 lives.
But the battle isn’t over: The country’s second-ever national firearms amnesty has just finished on Sep. 30, following a three-month period. While the final total hasn’t been confirmed, authorities are expecting over 26,000 guns to be handed in. Read more…
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Source: Mashable | In Australia, its most recent national firearms amnesty saw 26,000 guns removed