Guns are presented during the 45th International Arms Collector's Fair Lucerne, in Lucerne, Switzerland. Photo: EPA-EFE

Swiss voters approve tighter gun laws, falling in line with the EU in wake of attacks across the region

  • Measures will require regular training, special waivers to own some semi-automatic weapons and a serial number tracking system
  • Switzerland, unlike many other European nations, allows veterans of its obligatory military service to take home their service weapons after tours of duty
Topic |   European Union

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Guns are presented during the 45th International Arms Collector's Fair Lucerne, in Lucerne, Switzerland. Photo: EPA-EFE
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