Lithuanian police are abandoning their Kalashnikovs handed out to officers after the Paris attacks following two embarrassing incidents involving the Soviet-made assault rifles.
Chief Commissioner Linas Pernavas said Monday that various automatic weapons will be used by officers but "the AKs (Kalashnikovs) will be removed from our arsenal."
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