New Zealand to Start Gun Law Overhaul Mosque Shootings
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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s Cabinet will begin overhauling New Zealand’s gun laws on Monday after the nation’s worst mass shooting in modern history left 50 people dead.
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In an exclusive interview with DW, Niger's new prime minister, Lamine Zeine, has signaled a readiness for talks with regional bloc ECOWAS. He warned Niger will not be forced down a political path.
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