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N.America Awaits Largest Muslim Festival
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Somalia decides to act on illegal arms
nformation Minister, Mustafa Duhulow said the cabinet had agreed to ban independent militia groups, clan militias and organized armed groups in the capital Mogadishu.
The Somali government on Saturday asked warlords and clan militias to hand over their arms to the authorities or face harsh punishment.

In an extraordinary meeting that was attended by President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud and Prime Minister Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed, the Somali cabinet ratified the recently launched disarmament operation in the capital Mogadishu.

"The cabinet agreed that all arms possessed by civilians be surrendered or registered with the Ministry of National Security," National Security Spokesman, Mohamed Yusuf, told Anadolu Agency.

"Failure to do so will lead to the confiscation of the weapons and punishment," he added over the phone.

Information Minister, Mustafa Duhulow, meanwhile, said in a statement that the cabinet had agreed to ban independent militia groups, clan militias and organized armed groups in the capital Mogadishu.

"According to the law, the National Security Forces and anybody licensed to hold light arms is legally allowed to hold them, but anybody else is not allowed to do so," Duhulow added.

The cabinet also decided to take stern action against media outlets that incite the public and threaten national security.

On Friday, two radio stations were taken off the air by the authorities for allegedly inciting the public through their reports on the disarmament mission.

The cabinet meeting came only a day after 12 people, mostly civilians, were killed when fighting broke out between a militia affiliated to a former Mogadishu District commissioner, on one hand, and African Union troops, on the other.

The former commissioner had mistakenly thought that the African Union troops were on a mission to confiscate his weapons. Twenty militiamen were arrested and a cache of weapon was confiscated.

Last week, the government


 
Primary content on this page
N.America Awaits Largest Muslim Festival
29-07-2015

CEO shares $27 million with staff after selling his firm
29-07-2015

Somalia unable to hold full elections in 2016
29-07-2015

In Somalia, a leafless tree is marked by death
28-07-2015

Talented Somali refugee dreams of new life in America to honour father who died for his art
28-07-2015

Somalia identifies suspect of hotel Jazeera suicide bombing
28-07-2015

The 'back door' to Kenya: Security threat from porous Somali border
27-07-2015

US President Barack Obama lands in Ethiopia
27-07-2015

Massive suicide car bomb rocks Mogadishu hotel
27-07-2015

Foreign criminals 'driving up UK house prices'
26-07-2015



 
 
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