Malaysia captures eight Abu Sayyaf militants with help from the Philippines – South China Morning Post

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Malaysian authorities have captured eight suspected Abu Sayyaf militants who may have been planning ransom kidnappings in the country, said Philippine military officials who provided information that helped lead to the arrests.The Filipino militants were arrested on Saturday in Sabah state on Borneo island, where they fled in March because of military assaults on their jungle bases in the southern Philippine province of Sulu, Philippine marine brigade commander Colonel Hernanie Songano said.“It…Read More

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