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Christchurch mosque shootings: New Zealand imported $15 million worth of firearms last year

New Zealand Herald Monday, 18 March 2019
Christchurch mosque shootings: New Zealand imported $15 million worth of firearms last yearNew Zealand spent more than $15 million on importing firearms last year.In total, the country imported 23,713 firearms in the calendar year, with most guns sourced from Turkey, the United States and Italy, figures from Stats NZ...
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