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Swapping Weapons for Peace in Mexico - 20 Feb 2013
Images of people handing in ammunition to the police in Mexico City during a voluntary
disarming program, which allows people to swap weapons for a computer tablet, a bicycle,
or money in the low-income neighbourhood.
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February 19, 2013
A resident hands in an air gun to a police officer during the '"Voluntary Disarmament Programme" at the...
Mexico City, Mexico
A resident hands in an air gun to a police officer during the '"Voluntary Disarmament Programme" at the...
A resident hands in an air gun to a police officer during the '"Voluntary Disarmament Programme" at the Venustiano Carranza district in Mexico City February 18, 2013. The programme, run by the Mexico City government with support of the Army and the Catholic Church, aims to swap weapons for money or a tablet to promote voluntary disarmament and avoid accidents, local media reported. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS SOCIETY)
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February 19, 2013
A 60mm mortar round is handed in by a resident during the '"Voluntary Disarmament Programme" at the atrium...
Mexico City, Mexico
A 60mm mortar round is handed in by a resident during the '"Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in Mexico...
A 60mm mortar round is handed in by a resident during the '"Voluntary Disarmament Programme" at the atrium of the Saint Kings parish in Mexico City February 19, 2013. The programme, run by the Mexico City government with support of the Army and the Catholic Church, aims to swap weapons for money or a tablet to promote voluntary disarmament and avoid accidents, local media reported. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
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February 19, 2013
A soldier removes a part of a gun handed in by a resident during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme"...
Mexico City, Mexico
A soldier removes a part of a gun handed in by a resident during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme"...
A soldier removes a part of a gun handed in by a resident during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" at the Venustiano Carranza district in Mexico City February 18, 2013. The programme, run by the Mexico City government with support of the Army and the Catholic Church, aims to swap weapons for money or a tablet to promote voluntary disarmament and avoid accidents, local media reported. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
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February 19, 2013
A soldier uses a welding torch to destroy a gun handed in by a resident during the "Voluntary Disarmament...
Mexico City, Mexico
A soldier uses a welding torch to destroy a gun handed in by a resident during the "Voluntary Disarmament...
A soldier uses a welding torch to destroy a gun handed in by a resident during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" at the Venustiano Carranza district in Mexico City February 18, 2013. The programme, run by the Mexico City government with support of the Army and the Catholic Church, aims to swap weapons for money or a tablet to promote voluntary disarmament and avoid accidents, local media reported. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: ANIMALS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS SOCIETY)
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February 19, 2013
Weapons destroyed by the army are seen in a box during the '"Voluntary Disarmament Programme" at the...
Mexico City, Mexico
Weapons destroyed by the army are seen in a box during the '"Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in Mexico...
Weapons destroyed by the army are seen in a box during the '"Voluntary Disarmament Programme" at the atrium of the Saint Kings parish in Mexico City February 19, 2013. The programme, run by the Mexico City government with support of the Army and the Catholic Church, aims to swap weapons for money or a tablet to promote voluntary disarmament and avoid accidents, local media reported. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
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