Sabah police ramping up cooperation with Philippines cops to battle terror

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  • Tuesday, 24 Jan 2017

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah police will be increasing cooperation and sharing of intelligence with their Philippines counterparts in light of reports that the state is becoming a focal point of terror activities in Malaysia.

"We will be stepping up collaboration and intelligence gathering with our counterparts in the Philippines to tackle this issue," Police Commissioner Datuk Ramli Din (pix) said after launching the first meeting between the state marine police and Philippine National Police-Maritime Group Tuesday.

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