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(From Addis Tribune (Ethiopia) - AAGM)
On the International Human Rights Day, marked throughout the world last Wednesday an estimated 1300 people will be killed by conventional arms. Against this daily death toll, a growing number of governments are pledging their support for tough arms controls, says Amnesty International.
The political leaders of Brazil, Cambodia, Mali, Macedonia, Costa Rica, Finland and the Netherlands have pledged their support for an international Arms Trade Treaty. This landmark announcement comes just two months after the Control Arms campaign was launched by Amnesty International, Oxfam and the International Action Network on Small …