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Co-ordinated raids on VCD outlets soon

The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry will hold a meeting to co-ordinate raids on video outlets suspected of selling pirated VCDs and infringing the Copyright Act.


Israeli raids deepen rift between Arabs

CAIRO (Reuters) - Deadly Israeli raids on Gaza have deepened the divide in the Arab world between Islamists with popular appeal and authoritarian governments widely seen as collaborating with Israel and the United States.


Israel stages mock raids in Lebanon

B>BAALBECK (Lebanon):/BIsraeli warplanes flew over southern Lebanon yesterday morning after staging mock raids over Palestinian refugee camps there the previous night.


Raids has reduced cyber gambling, says police chief

KUCHING: Police believe they have crippled cyber gambling activi- ties after carrying out more than 30 raids since the beginning of the year.


Police to conduct more raids to check on illegal gambling centres

KLUANG: In a move to come down hard on illegal gambling centres in the district, the police will increase their frequency of raids to curb the menace, says Kluang OCPD Asst Comm Abdul Majid Mohd Ali.


Five-star hotels not immune from raids, says Hasan Ali

SHAH ALAM: Patrons of five-star hotels are not immune from raids by the Selangor Islamic Affairs Department (Jais), said state executive councillor Datuk Dr Hasan Ali.


Syrian air force kills 45 civilians in stepped-up raids - monitor

AMMAN (Reuters) - At least 45 civilians were killed and some 175 wounded when aircraft bombed a northern Syrian city controlled by Islamic State, as Bashar al-Assad's government stepped up air raids, residents and a monitoring group said on Friday.


News Corp, Australian national broadcaster to challenge legality of raids

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's state broadcaster and the media company News Corp said on Monday they will challenge the legality of recent police raids on their staff saying the action was unconstitutional and a threat to media freedom.


35 arrested after testing positive for drugs during raids at entertainment outlets

KUALA LUMPUR: Police have arrested 35 people who tested positive for drugs in two raids at entertainment outlets here.


U.S. cities brace for immigration raids, say they will not participate

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. cities expecting to be hit by a wave of immigration raids intended to deport recently arrived families who are in the United States illegally said on Friday they would not cooperate with federal authorities.