US gun debate five years after Sandy Hook massacre

It has been five years since 26 people, including 20 school children, were massacred in the US state of Connecticut. But despite these incidents, there has been no congressional action on restricting guns.

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    It has been five years since 26 people, including 20 school children, were massacred in the US state of Connecticut.

    Since that attack at Sandy Hook elementary school, several mass shootings have taken place in the US.

    But despite these incidents, there has been no congressional action on restricting guns.

    Al Jazeera's Shihab Rattansi reports.


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