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Obama wants tougher gun control laws post Oregon school shooting


Washington : American President Barack Obama has now urged to make some tougher gun control laws after 10 people died and 7 were left injured in Oregon school shooting.

The first African-American President said at a news conference that it couldn’t be this easy for somebody who wants to inflict harm on other people to get his or her hands on a gun and the reason behind this was fewer gun safety laws, ABC Online reported.

The 54-year-old President added that other countries, such as Britain and Australia, had been able to craft laws that prevented mass shootings, whereas America is a country, which faces these kinds of mass shootings every few months.

He explained that he couldn’t even imagine why this individual did what he did, but he can obviously say that anybody who could do this has a sickness in his mind.

The state and county officials said that the gunman, who is being speculated to be Chris Harper Mercer, opened fire in one of the classrooms in the science building at Umpqua Community College campus in Roseburg, before they shot him dead.


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