New Zealanders hand in 50,000 guns following assault weapons ban

New Zealand authorities said Saturday their country will be a safer place after owners handed in more than 50,000 guns during a buyback program following an assault weapons ban. Critics say the process was flawed and many owners have illegally kept their firearms.

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