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Congo: Weapons, military fatigues banned in public

Authorities in the Republic of Congo have banned soldiers of the Congolese Armed Forces from carrying weapons and wearing military fatigues in public, military officials said. “We will no longer tolerate the presence of soldiers in their military fatigues in the following public places: pubs, mortuaries or cemeteries,” said Blaise Adoua, commander of the Brazzaville military region. “We call to the attention of these business owners and other authorities in charge of these areas to no longer welcome these men in uniform.” Full Story

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