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'Gun crazy' Switzerland to vote on EU-aligned firearms control

France 24 Sunday, 19 May 2019
The Swiss will vote this Sunday to say whether the country should tighten its gun laws and meet EU’s demands. The wealthy Alpine nation is the world’s 16th country in terms of civilian firearms possession, but has rarely seen mass shootings.
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