Gun Ownership Rising Across Europe, Terrorism Fears Blamed

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The uptick was prompted partly by perceptions of insecurity arising from terrorist attacks, but Europe is still no match for the high levels of gun prevalence in Latin America or the U.S., Worldwide civilian ownership of firearms rose 32 percent in the decade through 2017, with Europe accounting for for less than 10 percent of the total . . .

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