When the most prominent Malesijans decided to end the practice of shooting at celebrations, there was no written declaration—it was considered sufficient for all to simply give their word In Tuzi, near Podgorica, a convention was held on Sunday, October 9, in which the local residents decided to prohibit the use of guns “everywhere that […]

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