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Tourists to get security cover in Sabah east coast

KOTA KINABALU: Tour boat operators will be required to obtain security cover for tourist activities, including diving and island hopping, in the east coast of Sabah.


Abductee’s parents suffer sleepless nights

PETALING JAYA: Vera Yam cannot sleep well at night. Nightmares cause her to shout and cry during her sleep.


Abu Sayyaf gunmen say they will kill duo if ransom money not paid soon

PETALING JAYA: After switching off her handphone for months, the wife of an Abu Sayyaf hostage switched it on again only to receive a chilling call from the gunmen – they are threatening to behead him.


News of beheadings and raids adds to relatives’ worries

PETALING JAYA: It has been 100 days since Thien Nyuk Fun and Bernard Then Ted Fen were snatched from a floating restaurant in Sandakan.


Nur Jazlan: We don’t entertain ransom demands

PUTRAJAYA: The government hopes the Abu Sayyaf would release two Malaysians held hostage in the Philippines on humanitarian grounds, said Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed.


‘Please help free our mum’

KOTA KINABALU: Two brothers are at a loss over what they can do to free their mother from Abu Sayyaf gunmen who are holding her on Jolo island in southern Philippines.


Defending sea border behind new app on Sabah kidnapping

KOTA KINABALU: With no intention of trivialising the incident, two gaming enthusiasts have come up with an app based on the kidnapping of two Malaysians in Sandakan.


Official calls for ban on high-powered outboard engines

SANDAKAN: A senior Malaysian security official is calling for a ban on high-powered outboard engines as a way to curb cross-border crimes along Sabah’s east coast.


Muktadil brothers linked to latest Sabah abductions

PETALING JAYA: Two siblings known as the Muktadil Brothers are believed to be behind Thursday's abduction of a restaurant owner and customer at a popular seaside restaurant in Sandakan.


Sabah curfew extended

KOTA KINABALU: In view of the continuing threat of cross border crimes in the state, police have again extended the dusk to dawn curfew that was implemented to tackle sea border issues.