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KUALA LUMPUR: A kidnap for ransom group is behind the abduction of the three fishermen in Sabah waters near the tourist resort of Pulau Pom Pom off Semporna, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.
KOTA KINABALU: Three fishermen have been abducted by gunmen in Sabah waters near the tourist resort of Pulau Pom Pom off Semporna.
AS student mobility plays an important role in the further development of higher education in Asean, the European Union (EU) and Asean have teamed up to announce the opening of their second batch of scholarship for the January to July 2017 intake.
KOTA KINABALU: Five Malaysian hostages are on the run with their Abu Sayyaf captors in the mountainous jungles of Jolo amid an intensely sustained Philippines military offensive against the militants.
As the US president leaves Asia after the Asean Summit at the tail end of his term, his record in the world’s biggest continent is worth examining.
IT is the linguistic quirk of a self-styled tough guy with a bleeding heart for the poor.
JAKARTA: Jakarta and Manila have agreed to help each other to resolve a number of issues, ranging from the repatriation of Indonesian pilgrims posing as Filipinos in Saudi Arabia to the fate of the Indonesian hostages currently in the hands of Abu Sayyaf militants in the southern Philippines.
JAKARTA: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte gives the go-ahead to Indonesian President Joko Widodo to nab pirates in his country’s waters, ahead of inking a deal on maritime security.
THERE is nothing Islamic about the so-called “Islamic State militant group” – how many times have we heard this from terror experts, religious scholars and enforcement authorities?
DAVAO: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, saying he was "not a fan" of the United States, vowed on Saturday (Sept 10) to steer an independent course for the key Asian ally and refrain from confronting territorial rival China.