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Postby xuezhiqian123 » Mon Nov 19, 2018 2:50 am
URUMQI , May 25 (Xinhua) -- A total of 181 terror groups were dismantled after a sweeping campaign by police in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region was launched a year ago.


According to data revealed by the publicity office under the regional committee of the Communist Party of China, 96.2 percent of the terror groups were thwarted at the planning stage and 112 suspects turned themselves in to the police.


The campaign was launched a day after the May 22 bombing of a market in the regional capital of Urumqi that killed 39 people in 2014.


In addition to terror activities, the police have also clamped down on religious extremism and video and audio clips propagating terrorism, as well as intensified crackdowns on illegal border crossings.


According to official figures, only 8.7 percent of verdicts on the terror cases given by the region's courts over the past year were appealed by defendants, significantly lower than the proportion among ordinary criminal cases in the region.


Residents from all ethnic groups in Xinjiang have constituted an important force in fighting terrorism, as the police have solved 81 terror cases based on tipoffs during the campaign.


In early August last year, more than 30,000 volunteers helped local police chase suspects in Karakax County. Local authorities later promised to offer more than 300 million yuan (about 48 million U.S. dollars) in cash rewards to those who helped hunt suspected terrorists.


In another typical case in Kashgar, where police officers swiftly solved a terror case in January this year, relatives of a terrorist suspect reported clues to the police and local residents volunteered to help track the suspect by setting up checking points and conducting household surveys.


Auxiliary police officer Eli Ismail died fighting a terrorist attack in Baicheng County in February. His grieving father, however, gave full support to a different son's dream to be a policeman.


"If he dies too, I'll fight myself!" said the father.


To weaken the clout of religious extremism, local authorities have vigorously promoted modern living in the region. For example, they have encouraged Uygur women to abandon the burqa, an Islamic garment that covers women's faces, and instead wear their colorful traditional dress.


The regional legislature has approved a regulation banning the wearing of the burqa in public places in Urumqi.

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PRETORIA, April 28 (Xinhua) -- The South African government will not rest until all criminals are behind bars following the recent xenophobia attacks, a government minister said on Tuesday.


South Africa's Inter-ministerial Committee on Migration (IMC), appointed by President Jacob Zuma, will investigate the root causes of the xenophobic attacks that ravaged parts of the country for a second time since January, Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe told reporters in Pretoria.


The IMC comprises various government ministries, including Police, Defense, Home Affairs, Security and the Presidency.


Radebe, who heads the committee, said the committee will leave no stone unturned in its bid to uproot the real causes of attacks directed at foreigners.


In the latest spate of xenophobia violence, seven people were killed and thousands of foreigners displaced.


""The mandate of this IMC has been broadened to deal with all the underlying causes of the tensions between communities and the foreign nationals.


""Some of the areas to be addressed, is the implementation of our labor relations policies as they affect the foreign nationals; the implementation of the laws that govern business licenses; the country's border management and generally the country's migration policies,"" Radebe said.


He added that the National Joint Operational and Intelligence Structure (NATJOINTS), which is the structure for coordinating government response to emergencies, has been activated to restore peace and order in communities.


He also revealed that a joint operation of the police and the army, code named Operation Fiela, which means ""reclaim"", has been deployed in various parts of the country to put a stop to all criminal activities.


Radebe said, ""Government is determined to restore and maintain order within our communities. Operation Fiela is an operation to rid our country of illegal weapons, drug dens, prostitution rings and other illegal activities. This operation is a multidisciplinary interdepartmental operation.


""The focus of the operation, amongst others, will be on the following crimes; illicit drugs, undocumented migrants, prostitution, illegal fire arms, unlicensed businesses and possession of illegal goods and products.""


The minister said the operation, launched a week ago, has already started bearing positive results, which include the arrest of 265 suspects, 423 wanted criminals, and 384 undocumented migrants.


Radebe said those arrested will receive harsh sentences.


""The National Prosecution Authority (NPA) has given priority to the prosecution of cases related to attacks against foreign nationals. Perpetrators of these crimes can expect that prosecutors will ask courts to impose sentences of direct imprisonment.


""We are not taking a business as usual approach but we want to ensure that the perpetrators of these vile acts are dealt with as speedily as possible,"" he said. As the press briefing was underway, police said eight suspects were arrested for looting foreign owned shops in Regorogile Township, Limpopo Province.


Police spokesperson Ronnel Otto said a group of people broke into the shops on Monday night and then set alight and burned one of the shops.


At the press briefing in Pretoria, Minister of Defense and Military Veterans, Nosiviwe Mapisa-Ngqakula said the army will remain on the ground until the streets are safe.


""For as along as police are conducting the kind of operations which they.
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