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Philippine embassy: Kadafi arrest justice for kidnapped victims

PETALING JAYA: The Philippine Embassy views the arrests of Kadafi Muktadlil as significant breakthroughs in the sustained efforts to achieve justice in the death of Malaysian hostage Bernard Then and the sufferings of the freed kidnapped victims and their families.

Malaysia wants to probe notorious duo over Sabah kidnappings

KUALA LUMPUR: Police here want the Philippine authorities to hand over two men, including a key member of the notorious Muktadir brothers gang, for investigations into cross-border kidnappings in Sabah.

One of Muktadil brothers linked to kidnap of Malaysians detained

PETALING JAYA: One of the Muktadil brothers believed to be linked to the kidnapping of two Malaysian hostages in May has been detained by Filipino police.

IGP: DNA taken from Bernard Then’s family members sent to Philippine authorities

IPOH: The Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said that a sample of the deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) of the victim's family had been sent to facilitate identification of Bernard Then Ted Fen, 39, who was believed to have been killed by Abu Sayyaf terrorists in southern Philippines.

Search under way for Then’s body

KOTA KINABALU: The search is still on for the body of beheaded Malaysian hostage Bernard Then Ted Fen, whose severed head was found in a gunny sack dumped in Jolo town on Tuesday.

Why Bernard Then was beheaded

It was most likely because of a failure to meet Abu Sayyaf’s ultimatum to the negotiators.

Esscom: Install radar systems so that authorities have early warning

KOTA KINABALU: Operators of two dive resorts in Sabah’s east coast have installed simple boat radar systems to protect themselves against intruders and militant kidnap-for-ransom gangs.

Khalid: Police wait for DNA confirmation on Then

KOTA KINABALU: Pending DNA tests, police are not able to confirm if the headless body recovered by the Philippines authorities in Jolo island is that of Malaysian hostage Bernard Then, said Inspector General of Police Tan Sri Abu Bakar Khalid.

Negotiators in a tight spot over last-minute ransom increase

KOTA KINABALU: Negotiators who were working to secure the release of Malaysian engineer Bernard Then were caught off guard when the Abu Sayyaf upped the ransom demand.

Sabahans express shock over murder

KOTA KINABALU: The killing of Bernard Then by his kidnappers in Jolo has shocked many Sabahans.