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New Mexican (Newspaper) - October 2, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico A2 THE NEW MEXICAN Sunday October 2 2005 people half of whom live on less than a day Brazil weighs national gun ban RIO DE The inverted realities of Brazils poorest neighborhoods have added complexity to the debate about gun control but later this month every citizen from 18 to 70 will confront a clear yesno question Should the sale of all types of guns and ammunition be banned nation wide for everyone except the police and military The Oct 23 referendum in which all adults must par ticipate voting is optional for those over will be the first time any country has taken a proposed gun ban to the national ballot Brazil has the highest num ber of firearms fatalities in the world with more than people shot dead last year according to government fig ures New law targets paparazzi SACRAMENTO Calif Paparazzi who commit assault in pursuit of celebrity photo graphs could be hit with hefty civil penalties in California under a new law The law would allow victims of paparazzi assaults to file law suits seeking up to three times the damages they suffered Gov Arnold Schwarzenegger signed the bill Friday It goes into effect Jan 1 Bishops tackle Catholic issues VATICAN CITY Bishops from around the world begin tackling major issues facing Fuelprice increase sparks anger JAKARTA Indonesia Dra matic fuel price hikes took effect Saturday as Indonesia sought to revive its economy sparking transport strikes that left thousands stranded and protests from people who have long enjoyed some of the cheap est gasoline in the world Demonstrators burned tires and effigies of President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono while others commandeered diesel trucks and blocked roads The government reacting to soaring global oil prices announced just after midnight Saturday that the prices of gaso line would rise 87 percent to a gallon diesel fuel would more than double and kerosene would triple The increases will push up the price of everything from rice to cigarettes in the sprawl ing archipelago of 220 million Corrections Tom Fitzgerald who rolled his car Thursday on Cerrillos Road was speeding up to avoid being hit by another vehicle turning onto the road his wife said A brief in the Saturday paper on Cl sug gested he sped up to avoid hitting the other motorist The New Mexican will correct factual errors in its news stories Errors should be brought to the attention of the city editor at 9863034 the Roman Catholic Church today including whether Holy Communion should be given to Catholic politicians who back abortion rights and to divorced people who remarry without getting an annulment The priest shortage and whether celibacy contributes to it as well as dwindling Mass attendance also are expected to be discussed at the threeweek Synod of Bishops during which bishops will offer recommenda tions to Pope Benedict XVI on running the church Hamas says panel distorted votes GAZA CITY Gaza Strip Official results from Palestinian elections released Saturday con firmed that Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas Fatah party won in 51 of 104 municipalities to 13 for the Hamas militant group Hamas accused the Pales tinian Election Committee of distorting the results of a round of municipal voting to make it appear that Fatah had swept the poll Committee head Jamal Sho baki released the final results at a news conference on Saturday a day after Fatahs strong show ing became known He said other factions or coalitions won in the remaining 40 municipalities OPEN 1 DAYS for breakfast lunch dinner stop in for our grab go breakfast burritos sandwiches U B R I L OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY OCTOBER pm 238 SFCR 76 Aspen Meadows Road Located above Tesugue m scenic upper Pacheco Canyon on the road toward Aspen Meadows this oneofakind custom timber frame home is surrounded by National Forest Chupadero Creek ows year round through this secluded endoftheroad property Ail natural home with many fine finishes Includes a siinroom and quaint guest 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