The deputy health minister says the inspection was carried out to safeguard the people.
The state religious affairs committee chairman says the operation was carried out according to standard operating procedure.
The Selangor chapter of Ikram calls on authorities to act against those who try to promote Shia teachings.
State immigration chief says allegation that his men slapped an Indonesian worker is untrue.
The raids come as US Attorney-General William Barr said there are 'serious irregularities' at the prison where Jeffrey Epstein died.
The far-left rebels in the central state of Chhattisgarh are part of a long-standing conflict that has left tens of thousands dead since the 1960s.
1kg of ketamin in a Mercedes-Benz, and 25kg of syabu, a pistol and bullets found in raids on two condos.
The raid conducted by French police at Renault's headquarters is part of the evidence gathering process into Carlos Ghosn's spending.
The board says it will not hesitate to take legal action against any party seeking to tarnish its image.
IS has lost its self-styled 'caliphate' across large parts of Syria and Iraq but is said to run camps and has a number of active fighters across Yemen.
The raid comes a day after police raided the home of a News Corp editor, although the AFP said the raids were unrelated.
Deloitte has come under scrutiny after it audited 1MDB's 2013 and 2014 financial statements.
Three of the 15 killed were the same people seen in the undated video on social media.
Most of them were fast asleep when the immigration officers came knocking.
The CCD denied using any violence and said it treated everyone in the embassy with dignity and respect.
Cops also seized 35 life pangolins at the factory used to process the animals in Tuaran.
All in all, 314 people were interrogated and 115 of them, including 29 women, tested positive for drugs.
The drugs could have supported 300,000 'fixes', says Bukit Aman Narcotics Crimes Investigation Department deputy director Zulkifli Ali.
Deputy commissioner Azam Baki says the officers were only there to get information to assist in investigations.
However, the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission says nothing was seized during the raid.
'I wish I could turn back time. The officers refused to believe that there was no hanky-panky that night. Things could have turned out differently.'
Umno executive secretary Rauf Yusoh, who is suing on behalf of the party, has named five defendants that includes the raiding officer.
Police explain reason behind raid on home of Najib Razak's mother.
The former prime minister also question's Pakatan's claim that it is a better government.