Search


You have searched for "Raids"

Showing 9991-10000 of 10000

Sort by: Newest | Oldest | Relevance


Rice visits Lebanon as Hizbollah and Israel battle

BEIRUT (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice flew to Lebanon on Monday and a Lebanese source said she had insisted Hizbollah free two Israeli soldiers and pull back from the border before any ceasefire.

Palestinians launch rocket deeper into Israel

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Palestinian militants fired a Katyusha rocket deep into southern Israel on Sunday, the army and police said, showing an ability to extend the range of rocket attacks from the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip.

Rice sets tough terms for Lebanon ceasefire

BEIRUT (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice flew to Lebanon on Monday and a Lebanese source said she had insisted Hizbollah release two Israeli soldiers and pull back from the border before any ceasefire.

Reduce price to wipe out piracy, urges DPM

Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has instructed production houses and recording companies to reduce the price of CDs and VCDs to wipe out pirated versions from the market.

19 held in Quetta suicide attack

B>QUETTA/B>: Pakistan had detained 19 suspects in connection with an attack on a Shi'ite Muslim mosque in Quetta that killed at least 53 people in the worst sectarian violence in the country for years, police said yesterday.

Mail-order VCD ring smashed

Penang has dealt a crushing blow to the country's largest international mail-order syndicate with the seizure of more than RM1mil worth of pirated DVDs, VCDs and computer equipment yesterday.

New clashes leave 23 dead in Philippines

B>COTABATO:/BClashes erupted yesterday in the southern Philippines between government troops and Muslim guerillas, leaving at least 23 people dead just days before the separatist Moro Islamic Liberation Front said it would begin a 10-day unilateral ceasefire, the military said.

Dell warning pulls down stocks

US stocks fell on Friday, led by a drop in technology shares, after a profit warning from personal computer maker Dell Inc.

Rela-police joint patrols to be extended

The cooperation between Rela and police personnel when conducting patrols will be extended nationwide, said Deputy Home Affairs Minister Datuk Tan Chai Ho.

Nigerian gunmen kill 12, oil stations evacuated

PORT HARCOURT, Nigeria (Reuters) - Western oil companies evacuated staff from three oilfields in Nigeria's southern Niger Delta on Tuesday after gunmen killed 12 people including four community chiefs in a dispute over oil money.