104 countries have now ratified the ATT, and they will meet this week in Geneva [...]. This annual meeting is the main mechanism for the implementation of the treaty, and sees states report on the progress of effective implementation, transparency and universalisation of the treaty.
On Saturday (August 10) night, duelling messages were sent outside the White House as the activist group Kremlin Annex called for gun reform and impeachment and as members of the El Paso community in Washington held a candlelight vigil to honour the fallen after a mass shooting a week ago.
Britain's National Crime Agency said the find is believed to be "the largest seizure of lethal purpose weapons at a UK port."
Saudi vessel leaves French waters without weapons after protests
An applicant for a firearm licence must pass a background check which considers criminal, mental health, medical, addiction and domestic violence records. In 2017 43,509 who people applied for firearms licences, 43,321 were granted them.
The grenade was discovered in a shipment of French potatoes imported to a Hong Kong crisp factory, and detonated by police.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday said Moscow would respond in kind to the US decision to suspend a landmark arms control treaty, and that the country would start working on creating new missiles, including hypersonic ones.
Protesters have been left with serious injuries after being shot at with a LBD40 — a weapon described as "non-lethal" that fires 40-mm rubber balls.
Russia has become the world's second biggest arms producer, relegating the UK to third place − but the US continues to dwarf even its closest competitors.
Denmark is the latest country to halt all future arms exports to Riyadh in response to Khashoggi's death and fighting in Yemen. But what are other European countries doing?
The gunman who stormed The Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh on Saturday, killing 11 people, was armed with an AR-15-style rifle. But what is the weapon, and why is it so linked to mass shootings?
Putin fired multiple shots from the SVCh-308 rifle at targets 600 metres away.
Campaigners say killer robots and other autonomous weapons systems should be banned before it’s too late.
The famed Russian weapons manufacturer Kalashnikov has unveiled a prototype for a new assault rifle with bullets favoured by NATO troops.
Wireless signals can penetrate bags to get the dimensions of dangerous metal objects, including weapons and batteries for bombs, as well as estimate the volume of liquids such as chemicals for explosives.
An American tourist was charged and fined after bringing an unexploded World War Two shell to Vienna airport in her luggage
"I don't know what's in Trump's head, and I have doubts as to whether he's serious," says one Tokyo resident.
The ceremony came just weeks after a mass shooting at a school in Florida killed 17 people.
Reuters found that of 1,028 cases of Taser-related deaths, more than 50 percent were identified as "high-risk" individuals, like the elderly and pregnant women.
US companies supply more than half of the world's weapons.
The suspicious package prompted authorities to clear out a Potsdam Christmas market
Rather than fighting another ill-fated battle in Washington, more states should be encouraged to exercise their prerogatives, writes Jeffrey D. Sachs
The "Guntoberfest" guns show goes ahead five days after Las Vegas as Americans show no signs of losing their appetite for firearms.
What are "bump stocks" and how do they work?
Saudi Arabia has signed a memorandum of understanding on the purchase of S-400 air defence systems from Russia's state arms exporter.
A "Bump stock" is a rapid-fire device which allows semiautomatic rifles to fire faster