Philippines, Malaysian military officials to meet over kidnappings

The Indonesian-registered tugboat TB Henry which was attacked by Filipino gunmen linked to Abu Sayyaf docked at Lahad Datu jetty.

KOTA KINABALU: Senior Philippines military officials are expected to meet their Malaysian counterparts to discuss security coordination in view of a spate of kidnappings along the shared sea borders.  

Western Mindanao Command (Westmincom) spokesman Maj Filemon Tan Jr said that Westmincom chief Lt Gen Mayoralgo dela Cruz would be setting the meeting next week.  

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