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After the toppling of Saddam Hussein in 2003, illegal weapons trade flourished across the country. Looted guns from ransacked police stations and military bases were sold in streets and public areas to residents seeking to protect themselves in a state that was largely lawless. The authorities have since been battling to curb illegal weapon sales and the government has stepped up efforts to control gun ownership through regulation. The latest initiative came into force this summer and allows citizens to own and carry handguns, semi-automatic rifles and other assault weapons after obtaining official authorization and an identity card that also details the individual’s weapons. Previously, gun sales were restricted to firearms for hunting and sport. A man looks at the weapons at a weapons shop in Baghdad, Iraq, August 11, 2018. REUTERS/Wissm al-Okili Hamza Maher opened his new gun shop in Karrada after receiving official approval from the Interior Ministry and says there has been growing demand for his wares. “Customers are mainly men, but the number of women buyers is growing,” said Maher inside his shop, where a variety of pistols and assault rifles are on display. “The reason for buying is self-defense, and it’s safer for citizens to buy a weapon from an authorized store instead of from an unknown source.” Pistol prices in Maher’s shop range from $1,000 to $4,000, while Kalashnikov assault rifles can be had from as little as $400 up to $2,000, depending on the brand and manufacturing origin, he said.
FBI investigates computer hacks in Southern California House campaigns Democrats David Min, left, and Hans Keirstead, who both ran for Orange County congressional seats, were targeted by computer hackers. (Associated Press) The FBI launched investigations after two Southern California Democratic U.S. House candidates were targeted by computer hackers, though it’s unclear whether politics had anything to do with the attacks. A law enforcement official told the Associated Press that the FBI looked into hacks involving David Min in the 45th Congressional District and Hans Keirstead in the adjacent 48th Congressional District. Both districts are in Orange County and are seen as potential pickups as the Democratic Party seeks to win control of Congress in November. A person with knowledge of the Min investigation told the Associated Press on Monday that two laptops used by senior staffers for the candidate were found infected with malware in March. It’s not clear what, if any, data was stolen, and there is no evidence that the breach influenced the contest. The CEO of a biomedical research company, Keirstead last summer was the victim of a broad “spear-phishing” attack, in which emails that appear to come from a friend or familiar source are designed to help hackers snatch sensitive or confidential information, the law enforcement official said. There is no evidence that Keirstead lost valuable information. The investigations so far have not turned up evidence that the two candidates in Orange County were political targets.
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None of the three students knew each other or went to the same school, said Cindy Bachman, a public information officer for the agency. Investigators found no evidence of foul play or involvement by any other party. The only known link is the timing; the deaths occurred less than two weeks apart, Bachman said. The first death was on the evening of Aug. 6 when deputies responded to a call in the 900 block of Taupe Street. Family members and deputies tried to revive an 11-year-old boy who had hanged himself. On the night of Aug. 13, the Fire Department answered a call to the 12300 block of Sweetgum Drive. Paramedics found a 15-year-old girl who had hanged herself. Then, on Aug. 19, also at night, the Fire Department responded to a call in the 8900 block of Tanglewood Court.
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