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Abu Sayyaf commander Al Habsi killed

KOTA KINABALU: The most notorious Abu Sayyaf commander, Al Habsi Misaya, the man who has been terrorising Sabah with his kidnappings and murders, has been killed.


Four Abu Sayyaf chiefs being hunted

LAHAD DATU: Four Abu Sayyaf commanders capable of mounting large-scale kidnappings are being hunted down on both sides of the Sabah and southern Philippines sea borders.


Easter terror plans come to a halt after death of militant

LAHAD DATU: Muamar Askali, the murderous militant who was the face of the Abu Sayyaf group (ASG) in videos making ransom demands and beheadings of kidnap victims, has been shot dead.


Esscom releases pics of 23 wanted Filipinos

KOTA KINABALU: Eight top Abu Sayyaf leaders are among 23 Filipinos wanted for cross-border kidnappings in Sabah’s east coast.


Two Muktadil brothers shot dead in Sulu

KOTA KINABALU: Two of the remaining “Muktadil Brothers” responsible for nearly a dozen kidnappings in Sabah waters have been shot dead by Philippines security forces in the ongoing assault in Sulu.


Malaysia wants two Abu Sayyaf men to be extradited

THE Philippine authorities have been urged to extradite two detained Abu Sayyaf criminals to Malaysia.


Brother of beheaded Malaysian launches online petition for hostages' return

KOTA KINABALU: The brother of the Malaysian hostage beheaded by Abu Sayyaf terrorists has launched an online petition urging the Government to bring the four latest kidnap victims home.


Gunmen’s new modus operandi

KOTA KINABALU: A new kidnap ploy seems to be emerging in abductions off the east coast of Sabah by Filipino gunmen.


Envoy: Kadafi won’t be freed

KOTA KINABALU: Manila is confident that notorious cross-border kidnap gang leader Kadafi Muktadil, who is wanted by Malaysia, will not be freed from Jolo lock-up anytime soon as he is under investigations for other kidnappings in the southern Philippines.


Gang leader may walk free

KOTA KINABALU: Notorious cross-border kidnap gang leader Kadafi Muktadil could walk free from a southern Philippines police lock-up if Filipino prosecutors fail to secure the original Malaysian warrant of arrest issued by a magistrate’s court in Sandakan.