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  • Humanium recycles guns from developing countries
  • Humanium recycles guns from developing countries
    Dennis van Zuijlekom (2015) ©
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Humanium recycles guns from developing countries

As gun violence blights the developing countries, several initiatives have tried to take weapons off the streets. But what happens with them after? One Swedish charity is recycling guns, turning them into a new alloy called 'Humanium' and ensuring their destruction is for good.

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