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Top EU court should dismiss Czech bid to loosen gun laws: adviser

Reuters Thursday, 11 April 2019
The European Union's top court should dismiss a Czech challenge to tighter EU controls on firearms introduced after the 2015 Paris attacks, the court's legal adviser said on Thursday.
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