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New Zealand Starts Gun Buyback Program In Response To Christchurch Mosque Shootings

NPR Saturday, 13 July 2019
In response to the March shootings that left 51 people dead, the nation's gun buyback program asks owners of now-banned weapons to turn them into police departments for cash.
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News video: New Zealand's first gun buy-back event a "stunning" success

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New Zealand police on Saturday (July 13) labelled the country&apos;s first firearm buy-back event a &quot;success&quot; after 169 individuals handed in 224 prohibited firearms in the city of Christchurch. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

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