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KOTA KINABALU: A picture of the four Malaysian hostages kidnapped by the Abu Sayyaf group has been posted on Facebook, presumably by the terrorist group themselves.
PETALING JAYA: More details are beginning to emerge of Alhabsi Misaya, the notorious Abu Sayyaf leader, who is said to be holding marine policeman Kons Zakiah Aleip hostage in southern Philippines.
ZAMBOANGA CITY: The Abu Sayyaf rebel group said Wednesday it is open to negotiating with Philippine Foreign Minister Alberto Del Rosario for the release of two German hostages.
PETALING JAYA: Were the Abu Sayyaf paid for the release of two Germans they abducted in April?
KUALA LUMPUR: Pakatan Rakyat MPs have appealed to Abu Sayyaf members to release the two Malaysians kidnapped from Eastern Sabah earlier this year.
ZAMBOANGA CITY, Philippines: Islamist militant group Abu Sayyaf spokesperson Abu Ramie said Norwegian national Kjartan Sekkingstad had been freed and handed over to a Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) commander in Barangay (village) Bud Pula in the Patikul town on Saturday.
ZAMBOANGA CITY: Abu Sayyaf terrorists killed one of its hostages in Sulu on Monday afternoon, after the 3pm deadline for the payment of a 600mil Peso (RM53.2mil) ransom lapsed.
PETALING JAYA: Abu Sayyaf has released video footage showing piles of cash reportedly worth 250mil pesos (RM18.5mill) that was paid as ransom for the release of two German captives.
MANILA: An Abu Sayyaf leader from Sulu who was linked to kidnappings in Sabah, Malaysia, has been killed, the military said.