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Military ops hampering Then’s release

KOTA KINABALU: Ongoing military operations in the southern Philippine island of Jolo are making life very difficult for the remaining Malaysian hostage Bernard Then Ted Fen (pic).

Military operations making life tough for remaining Jolo hostage

KOTA KINABALU: Ongoing military operations in Jolo are making life tough for the remaining Malaysian hostage, Bernard Then Ted Fen.

Freed Jolo hostage 'doing fine,' says son

KOTA KINABALU: Restaurant manager Thien Nyuk Fun had the best sleep in six months after tasting freedom and returning to her home in the east coast town of Sandakan.

Zahid: No ransom paid for release of Jolo hostage

MANCHESTER: No ransom was paid to secure the release of Jolo kidnap victim Thien Nyuk Fun, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said.

First pix of Jolo hostage Thien after her release

PETALING JAYA: The Star has received the latest picture of freed Jolo hostage Thien Nyuk Fun.

Now to get other Jolo hostage freed, says Sabah police chief

KOTA KINABALU: Police are now focusing their attention on securing the release of engineer Bernard Then Ted Fen, 39, after Abu Sayyaf gunmen freed Thien Nyuk Fun late Sunday.

Musa Aman thanks authorities for hostage's release

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman confirmed the release of Thien Nyuk Fun, one of two hostages abducted from a seafood restaurant in Sandakan in May.

Worst nightmare over for widow in Jolo hostage ordeal

KOTA KINABALU: For 50-year-old widow Thien Nyuk Fun, her nearly six-month ordeal in the hands of the Abu Sayyaf abductors is over.

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.

Jolo hostages in the hands of media-savvy Abu Sayyaf leader

MANILA: Militants holding two Canadians, a Norwegian and a Filipina as hostages in the southern Philippine island of Mindanao are believed to be led by a college-educated, social media-savvy fellow fanatic keen on transforming the Abu Sayyaf extremist group from a band of criminals into a bona fide Islamist movement.