“Seizure” in the news

Example collocations

search and seizure
seizure of power

Publications and example sentences

Financial Express
· Visakhapatnam gas leak: Andhra Pradesh HC orders seizure of chemical plant; directors not to leave country  
The Andhra Pradesh High Court has ordered the seizure of the premises of LG Polymers plant in Visakhapatnam, where there was a gas leakage, and also barred entry into the plant by all except the committees appointed by the state government.
The Guardian
· 'This makes Chinese medicine look bad': TCM supporters condemn illegal wildlife trade  
That number is likely to be many times higher, judging by seizures of animal parts such as pangolin scales, rhino horn and tiger bone.
The Guardian
· From Idlib to Tripoli: Turkey's grab for influence in Libya  
State-of-the-art Turkish reconnaissance and drone technology, as well as Turkish troops and Syrian fighters on the ground, have steadily reversed the LNA’s gains since January, culminating this week in the seizure of a key airbase and the town of al-Asabaa from Haftar’s forces.
The Wall Street Journal
· More People Are Taking Drugs for Anxiety and Insomnia, and Doctors Are Worried  
Withdrawal symptoms can include a surge in anxiety, tremors and, in some cases, seizures.
The Independent
· ‘The spread of the pestilence’: A brief history of pandemics and care homes  
She had suffered an unusually violent seizure that week, and so had spent most of her last nights in the workhouse restrained in a chair in another room.
The Age
· Lawyer claims crook trying to use Gobbo to get off 'might be confused'  
In August 2008, federal police said they had seized nearly five tonnes of ecstasy in what they called 'the world's single largest seizure' of the pills.
The New York Times
· Your Monday Briefing  
Analysis: President Xi Jinping’s move against Hong Kong has echoes of President Vladimir Putin’s seizure of Crimea from Ukraine in 2014 — a brash move by an autocratic leader risking international condemnation to resist what he sees as foreign encroachment, Steven Lee Myers, our Beijing bureau chief, writes.
The New York Times
· Your Monday Briefing  
Analysis: President Xi Jinping’s move against Hong Kong has echoes of President Vladimir Putin’s seizure of Crimea from Ukraine in 2014, our Beijing bureau chief Steven Lee Myers writes:
The New York Times
· Why China’s Move to Rein In Hong Kong is Just the Start  
Mr. Xi’s move against Hong Kong has nonviolent echoes of President Vladimir V. Putin’s forceful seizure of Crimea from Ukraine in 2014, which was a violation of international law and of Russia’s previous diplomatic commitments.
NBCNews.com
· COVID-19 is costing drug cartels millions of dollars  
From March 1 to May 8, seizures of cash in the greater Los Angeles area have more than doubled from $4.5 million last year to $10 million during the same period this year.