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Today β€” March 23rd 2019Your RSS feeds

Public health activists say eradicating tobacco must be a human right

By Sarantis Michalopoulos

Halting the spread of tobacco “epidemic” worldwide is a human right, which global leaders should recognise as such and take particular measures in this direction, public health activists told EURACTIV.com ahead of an anti-tobacco conference in Bucharest next week.

Tobacco control: What’s next?

By Sarantis Michalopoulos

Tobacco consumption is the most significant cause of premature death in the EU, according to the European Commission. It is responsible for nearly 700,000 deaths every year.

Yesterday β€” March 22nd 2019Your RSS feeds

America Deserves a Leader as Good as Jacinda Ardern

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

New Zealand’s prime minister moved swiftly to ban weapons of mass killing after a gunman attacked two mosques.

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6 Days Later, New Zealand Plans New Gun Laws. Here’s How Other Countries Reacted to Shootings.

By SARAH MERVOSH

New Zealand’s prime minister made the announcement less than a week after the Christchurch massacre. Mass shootings have also had a mobilizing effect in Australia, Britain, Canada and Germany.

New Zealand Has an N.R.A., Too. It’s Thinking About Changing Its Name.

By JAMIE TARABAY

The New Zealand organization does not engage in the sort of political lobbying the American group is known for and is not pushing back on a national ban on military-style semiautomatic weapons.

New Zealand to Ban Military-Style Semiautomatic Guns, Jacinda Ardern Says

By DAMIEN CAVE and CHARLOTTE GRAHAM-McLAY

The announcement on Thursday from New Zealand’s prime minister came less than a week after a massacre at two mosques in Christchurch.

New Zealand to Ban Military-Style Semiautomatic Guns, Jacinda Ardern Says

By DAMIEN CAVE and CHARLOTTE GRAHAM-McLAY

The announcement on Thursday from New Zealand’s prime minister came less than a week after a massacre at two mosques in Christchurch.

The Target Was a Drug Ring. They Found β€˜Ghost Guns.’

By NICK CORASANITI

Law enforcement officials in New Jersey announced the first arrests in state history of a criminal network charged with trafficking untraceable ghost guns.

UPDATE: With Measles Outbreaks on the Rise, a Concern Over the Connection to Air Travel

By KAREN SCHWARTZ

A record 81 U.S. flights were investigated in 2018 for carrying at least one person contagious with the disease, which has had a large number of outbreaks this year.

New Zealand Shooting Live Updates: β€˜There Will Be Changes’ to Gun Laws, Prime Minister Says

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

New Zealand grappled with grief and horror on Sunday, as the death toll rose to 50 and the suspect’s family apologized two days after a terrorist attack at two mosques in Christchurch.

After Mosque Massacre, New Zealand Has Its Gun-Debate Moment

By DAMIEN CAVE

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern had made clear that lawmakers will look at a range of options, from gun buybacks to restrictions on magazines for semiautomatic rifles.

Russian Oligarch Sues the U.S. Over Sanctions

By KENNETH P. VOGEL and ALAN RAPPEPORT

Oleg V. Deripaska claimed in a lawsuit that the Trump administration is biased against him, even as Democrats claim his companies got a sweetheart deal.

Two New Zealand Mosques, a Hate-Filled Massacre Designed for Its Time

By RICHARD PÉREZ-PEÑA

The horror, meant for an era that has married social media with racism, was motivated by white extremist hatred, streamed live on Facebook and calculated to go viral.

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