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What The UK And Australia Did Differently After Mass Shootings

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The following is an excerpt from Angela Dewan and Jamie Tarabay | October 4, 2017 | CNN.com |

(CNN)It has become a predictable affair. A mass shooting happens, there is a call for tighter gun laws and then it's business as usual.

Gun-control advocates around the world are closely watching the US after Sunday's shooting in Las Vegas -- the deadliest in the country's modern history -- wondering if it will be the one that prompts change in the world's most armed nation.
Here's a look at how the United Kingdom and Australia, where firearms deaths are notably low, responded to their own mass shootings.

United Kingdom

The UK has some of the world's strictest gun-ownership laws and it is now rare for civilians to own private firearms.

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