A woman has been stoned death in Somalia after a court run by militant Islamist group al-Shabab convicted her of polyandry, reports a media outlet affiliated to the militants.
Shukri Abdullahi Warsame was accused of marrying 11 times, without divorcing previous husbands.
She was buried neck-deep and pelted to death with stones by al-Shabab fighters in Sablale town in the Lower Shabelle region.
In 2014, al-Shabab stoned a woman to death after convicting her of secretly marrying four husbands in the southern coastal district of Barawe.
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