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BANDIT. A man outlawed; one who is said to be under ban.

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Elgeyo Marakwet Governor Alex Tolgos called for a probe on politicians fanning banditry and said he will cooperate should he also be investigated.
They target all dissident people in an unfair and unlawful manner to intimidate them and they experiment with acts of banditry by trying to confiscate the properties of dissident people and groups through mafia-like methods.
On March 10, 2014 a criminal probe against Suhrob Kholov into banditry and attempted homicide was launched.
He also used the fact that the founder of the 6 April movement Ahmed Maher is currently in prison facing charges that include rioting, inciting violence and banditry, in addition to other charges accusing him of collaborating with foreign intelligence.
But while adding a few hundred unofficial runners in the race's infancy might have been a minor inconvenience, the growth of the event -- and the security needs after last year's bombings -- have made banditry a bigger problem.
Al Mmari was sentenced to three years for defaming the country and one year for banditry and illegal gathering.
Landmines, banditry, armed rivalry between political and tribal groups and the possibility of insurgent attacks, including vehicle-borne bombings or other improvised explosive devices (IEDs), the travel advisory said.
Margreet van Till, Banditry in West Java, 1869-1942.
Worshippers chanted logos and slogans denouncing the policy of banditry exercising against them.
Yemen: Yemeni man wanted in cases of murder and banditry is behind the weekend kidnapping of an Italian embassy security agent in Sanaa, the interior ministry said on its website.
Both the strengths and weakness of the work are apparent in the introduction: the detail is fascinating, but the line of argument remains unclear, while references to other work on banditry confuse rather than clarify.
A warrant has been issued for his arrest for banditry in 2005 and he has also been sentenced to three years in prison.