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Special ops raids must avoid civilian harm - U.S. Gen

AMMAN (Reuters) - U.S. special forces must avoid harming civilians in raids and realise that such operations are best handled by local allies, a U.S. general said on Monday in remarks on a topic of prominent concern in Afghanistan.

Be careful in raids, says SIS

PETALING JAYA: Islamic religious authorities should follow procedures when they are carrying out khalwat raids.

Sibu tops list of districts in number of illegal online gambling raids

KUCHING: Sibu tops the list of districts in the number of raids carried out against illegal online gambling activities, according to police statistics.

France arrests suspected Islamists, Sarkozy eyes more raids

PARIS (Reuters) - French police commandos arrested 19 people suspected of radical Islamist activity in Friday morning raids in several cities including Toulouse, scene of the killings of seven people by an al Qaeda-inspired gunman earlier this month.

Turkey's Erdogan says media raids a response to 'dirty' plot

IZMIT, Turkey (Reuters) - Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Monday defended weekend raids on media outlets close to a U.S.-based Muslim cleric as a necessary response to "dirty operations" by the government's political enemies, and told a critical European Union to mind its own business.

Methanol poisoning: Customs Dept, cops intensify raids in Klang Valley for counterfeit liquor

PORT KLANG: The Customs Department has intensified operations by carrying out 220 raids in the Klang Valley following the death of 40 people from methanol poisoning.

MACC raids logging firms believed involved in shady deals

EXCLUSIVE: Graft-busters have begun moving against Sabah’s powerful timber cartels, conducting simultaneous raids on three logging companies in Sandakan and Tawau. The Sabah Forestry Department headquarters was also raided.

Air raids in central Syria kill 26 - activists

AMMAN (Reuters) - Air raids on rebel-held towns across Syria killed 26 people on Monday, activists said, two days after the U.N. Security Council passed a resolution demanding an end to indiscriminate shelling and aerial attacks.

End night raids before Afghan deal, Karzai tells U.S.

KABUL (Reuters) - Afghanistan wants the United States and NATO to agree to stop carrying out night raids on Afghan homes as a pre-condition to Kabul signing a strategic partnership with Washington, President Hamid Karzai said on Wednesday.

Illegal gambling syndicates lose RM1.4bil this year thanks to police raids

KUALA LUMPUR: Police raids have dealt a staggering RM1.4bil blow to illegal gambling and vice syndicates this year.