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New Zealand Parliament votes to ban semi-automatic weapons after Christchurch mass shootings

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 10 April 2019
The bill needs only the approval of New Zealand’s governor general, a formality, before becoming law on Friday.
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Lawmakers overwhelmingly approved a ban on semiautomatic firearms, magazines and parts.

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