New Zealand bans Assault Weapons
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Topics: Assault weapon • Christchurch mosque shootings • Countries • Gun politics in the United States • Jacinda • Jacinda Ardern • Legislatures • Military-style semi-automatic • New Zealand • Politicians • Projectile weapons • Sixth Labour Government of New Zealand • United States firearms law
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