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In southern Syria, army units targeted hideouts and positions for Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists in separate areas in al-Menshiyeh neighborhood in Daraa al-Balad in Daraa city.
According to Spokesman Sindh Rangers on Sunday, the Pakistan Rangers (Sindh) conducted an intelligence ridden targeted operation in Lyari Town on suspected hideouts of criminals.
When the police force approached the hideout, the fugitives opened heavy fire from machine guns and used hand grenades, forcing the police unit to respond, Interior Ministry Spokesman Zyad al-Zua'bi said, adding that two wanted persons were killed in the shootout.
Urdu TV channel Express said that both strikes targeted hideouts of suspected militants in Shawal area of North Waziristan, a restive tribal area along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border.
War planes bombed six hideouts used by local and foreign militants in the Shawal area of North Waziristan tribal district near the Afghan border, dpa quoted an army statement as saying.
In the supposed raid one AK-47, one AK magazine, 94 AK rounds, one rifle, two magazine, six Rifle rounds, one pistol, one pistol magazine, 7 pistol rounds, one bag, two pheran, one light and one torch was recovered from the hideout which could have been used to disrupt the coming parliamentary polls in the state," sources added.
The hideout, located in a forest area near Venkari village, is designed to hold as many as four terrorists.
The Saudi arrested gave serious information, including the location of the hideout of a terrorist cell of three Saudis and seven Yemenis, he said, adding that the popular committees in coordination with security authorities are continuing to chase them.
A spokesperson from The Hideout Lodge & Guest Ranch commented on the recognition: "This is quite an honor for us.
The Enigma String Quartet perform at The Hideout on May 6.
But clearly, the occupant of this rocky hideout isn't one for unscheduled house calls - especially if they're made by determined Americans.
Bruce Reynolds, 71, shook hands with retired constable John Woolley, 65, at a fete in Oakley, Bucks, near the gang's hideout at Leatherslade Farm.