The United States has become one of the safest places to travel in the world thanks to strict gun control laws.
But many countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, where guns are increasingly banned, have strict gun laws that often leave some gun owners at risk.
As Ars Technic reported earlier this month, the United States is not immune to gun violence, either.
In June, two Chicago schoolchildren were gunned down in the city.
The two teenagers were among nine people who were killed in Mexico last year by people who traveled to the United Nations and Canada to protest gun violence.
The U.S. government has made efforts to increase gun safety restrictions around the world, and in some cases, it has gone further than some countries, including Australia.
While many countries have enacted strict gun regulations, they are still generally not as stringent as the U.K., Canada, and Australia.
In July, the British Parliament voted to repeal the country’s current restrictions on guns, which were in place until last year.
The move came after Britain passed a law that will allow people to openly carry handguns on the streets of their homes without a permit.
The new law was signed into law in May.
It is currently unclear whether the U,S., or Australia will follow suit, but both countries have recently seen a surge in gun violence following a string of high-profile mass shootings.
The number of gun deaths in the United Kingdom spiked in July, after Prime Minister Theresa May was widely criticized for her failure to act on the rise of domestic terror.
The increase in gun deaths followed a series of high profile mass shootings in London in July 2017, and the shootings in the French capital of Paris in January 2018.
The French government also tightened its restrictions on gun ownership, after the Paris attacks.
In Mexico, meanwhile, gun restrictions have been in place since 2005.
While there is no direct link between the countries’ gun laws and higher gun violence rates, gun-rights advocates say that Mexico has seen an increase in violence over the past decade due to its restrictive gun laws.
The country’s gun laws, however, are often criticized as having a detrimental effect on the country.
A study published in 2015 by the Institute of Economics and Business Research, an independent think tank in Mexico, concluded that Mexican gun laws have had a negative impact on the safety of the population.
A 2015 study by the National Institute of Statistics found that Mexico had the second-highest homicide rate in Latin American and Caribbean countries after the United Sates, and that the homicide rate for Mexican males was higher than in the other Latin American countries studied.
The institute also found that while the homicide rates in Mexico were significantly lower than those in other Latin America countries, they were higher than the homicide totals in all other countries studied, including the United Arab Emirates, the Philippines, Brazil, and Uruguay.
The study also found Mexican law enforcement agencies were more likely to use force to enforce gun laws in the country than in other countries.
A 2016 report from the Institute for Justice found that the Mexican government failed to adequately investigate homicides, as required by Mexican law.
The group cited an increase of more than 40 percent in homicides in the past five years in Mexico’s drug war.
Mexico has also been the target of a number of violent attacks, most recently in August 2017, when a group of gunmen opened fire on the presidential palace, killing President Enrique Peña Nieto and wounding many others.
Peña was eventually able to escape the scene and was later hospitalized for a gunshot wound to his back.