Worldly CurioSeptember 13, 2017
Why Australians handed in 26,000 guns to the government
The surrendered firearms have included weapons from the 1800s and World War I and II, part of a three-month amnesty allowing Australians to turn in unregistered guns without penalty. Produced by: The World staff. Image credit: David Gray/Reuters.
Aired September 12, 2017
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