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Baghdad raids hit death squads

The overnight raids were launched in the sprawling Sadr City in eastern Baghdad, a stronghold of the Mehdi Army militia loyal to firebrand Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr.

Raids net 58 illegals in Penang

GEORGE TOWN: The state Immigration Department picked up 24 foreign workers in three separate raids here.

Nationwide raids target nicotine-based vapes

PETALING JAYA: The Health Ministry says that raids on vape stores nationwide are carried out to seize nicotine-based vapes.

64 foreigners detained during Immigration raids in Malacca

MALACCA: A total of 64 foreign citizens, including seven Vietnamese women, were detained during raids conducted by the Immigration Department at nine locations in Melaka Tengah.

23 foreigners nabbed in raids

KLANG: Police have detained 23 foreigners, aged between 19 and 39, in two separate raids here for allegedly working without valid permits.

Four held and RM192,000 in drugs seized in raids

GEORGE TOWN: Assorted drugs that included 3,595 ecstasy pills worth more than RM192,000 were seized with the arrest of three men and a woman in police raids in Nibong Tebal and Butterworth.

Afghanistan, U.S. reach deal on controversial night raids

KABUL (Reuters) - Afghanistan and the United States reached a deal on Sunday to curb night raids on Afghan homes, giving Kabul a veto over the operations despised by most local people and clearing the way for a wider pact securing a U.S. presence.

Afghanistan, U.S. reach deal on controversial night raids

KABUL (Reuters) - Afghanistan and the United States reached a deal on Sunday to curb night raids on Afghan homes, giving Kabul a veto over the operations despised by most local people and clearing the way for a wider pact securing a U.S. presence.

Afghanistan, U.S. reach deal on controversial night raids

KABUL (Reuters) - Afghanistan and the United States have reached an agreement to curb night raids on Afghan homes, giving Kabul veto power over the operations despised by most local people and control over treatment of any detainees, Afghan officials said on Sunday.

Afghanistan, U.S. reach deal on controversial night raids

KABUL (Reuters) - Afghanistan and the United States reached a deal on Sunday to curb night raids on Afghan homes, giving Kabul a veto over the operations despised by most local people and clearing the way for a wider pact securing a U.S. presence.