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New Zealanders Surrender Guns After Mosque Massacre

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New Zealanders Surrender Guns After Mosque Massacre

New Zealanders Surrender Guns After Mosque Massacre

New Zealanders Surrender Guns After Mosque Massacre New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern made a promise to change gun laws following the Christchurch mosque shootings that left 50 people dead.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, via statement Mike Bush, New Zealand's Police Commissioner, announced that his officers would accept guns from anyone who wanted to get rid of them.

Some people took to social media to document giving up their rifles and encourage others to do the same.

Twitter user Ardern "applauded" their actions and encouraged others to follow in their footsteps.

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