Gun control deal brokered by US senators


A breakthrough agreement has been brokered in the US by two influential senators proposing the expansion of background checks for gun buyers.

It has set the stage for a Senate debate on a gun-control bill and boosted hopes for new legislation.

David Willis reports.

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