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Costa Rica’s stricter gun laws pass second debate

The stricter gun laws come as Costa Rica experiences a rise in homicides.

Letter to the Editor: Fueling fears of a Hispanic invasion

Texas is a state with centuries of history under six flags, the first two being those of Spain and Mexico.

Costa Rica attempts to control guns to decrease crime rate

The Central American country has experienced an alarming increase in homicides between 2012 and 2017, when it reached a level of 12.1 violent deaths per 100,000 citizens, according to the judicial police.

Public Security head decries failure to enact stricter gun control in Costa Rica

The Security and Drug Trafficking Commission on Monday approved a motion to continue allowing citizens to own three guns, rather than adopting a reform that would have reduced the number to one.

Costa Rica institutes gun control platform in face of rising homicides

Costa Rica has 12,452 firearms registered to individuals and another 22,616 registered to companies.

Gun lobby vows to fight Obama actions

"The proposed executive actions are ripe for abuse by the Obama Administration, which has made no secret of its contempt for the Second Amendment," said Chris Cox, executive director of the National Rifle Association's lobbying arm.

US President Obama weeps as he pleads for ‘urgency’ of gun control

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. President Barack Obama wept openly Tuesday as he urged the United States to wake up to the need to tackle the gun violence that claims tens of thousands of lives in the country each year.

In compelling speech, President Obama announces executive actions on gun safety

U.S. President Barack Obama, noting the more than 300,000 firearm-related U.S. deaths over the past decade, announced executive orders Tuesday aimed at reducing gun violence. Here's a look at his actions.

Two California shooting suspects dead, one person detained: police

A man and a woman suspected of carrying out a deadly shooting at a center for the disabled in California on Wednesday were killed in a shootout with police, while a third person was detained, police said.

UPDATE: At least 14 dead in shooting at California disabled center

One or more gunman opened fire inside a building in San Bernardino in southern California, with reports of up to 20 victims at a center that provides services for the disabled.

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