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KOTA KINABALU: Sabah expects some kind of deal to be struck by the end of the year on its bid to ensure the Pakatan Harapan-led Federal Government holds to its promises to increase oil royalties.
The threat of cross-border abduction from the southern Philippines remains a daily possibility.
KOTA KINABALU: Security forces must take steps to strengthen sea borders in Sabah’s eastern most Tambisan waters, the closest point with the southern Philippines’ Tawi Tawi chain of islands, says Sabah's Chief Minister.
GEORGE TOWN: If you think the dangers of plastic waste at sea are exaggerated, read this story about a small, disabled green turtle named Sidewinder.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's two main ports said on Thursday they had been warned by the coastguard and intelligence officials that Pakistan-trained commandos have entered Indian waters to carry out underwater attacks on port facilities.
MANILA (Reuters) - When Philippine leader Rodrigo Duterte visits China this week, he'll need to salvage something from a "pivot" to Beijing that has left him empty-handed, and exposed his neighbours to a new level of brinkmanship in the South China Sea.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea has released a Russian fishing boat held after being accused of violating entry regulations, the Russian embassy in North Korea said on Sunday, in an incident that prompted a Russian warning of a freezing of talks on fisheries cooperation.