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Hard-line Al-Shebab militants patrol in southern Mogadishu�s Bakara market during a raid by the group to find out traders that sell expired food on June 29, 2009. Somalia's hardline Islamist group Shebab raided Mogadishu's main market to hunt for traders stocking expired food, warning that offenders would face trial for 'un-Islamic behaviour'. Dozens of fighters from the armed group which controls much of the capital as part of a deadly insurgency against the government swept Bakara market for food goods past their sell-by date. AFP PHOTO/ Mustafa ABDI (Photo credit should read MUSTAFA ABDI/AFP/Getty Images)

Hard-line Al-Shebab militants patrol in southern Mogadishu�s Bakara market during a raid by the group to find out traders that sell expired food on June 29, 2009. Somalia's hardline Islamist group Shebab raided Mogadishu's main market to hunt for traders stocking expired food, warning that offenders would face trial for 'un-Islamic behaviour'. Dozens of fighters from the armed group which controls much of the capital as part of a deadly insurgency against the government swept Bakara market for food goods past their sell-by date. AFP PHOTO/ Mustafa ABDI (Photo credit should read MUSTAFA ABDI/AFP/Getty Images)