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The threat of cross-border abduction from the southern Philippines remains a daily possibility.
Sabah and Jolo are separated by the Sulu Sea and yet their fates are entwined.
History books have shown us what Portuguese and Dutch texts said about Melaka in the 15th century. But what did poetry and navigators from the Middle East tell us?
It was a soul nourishing experience to discover the wonders of God’s creation in the ancient rainforest of Danum Valley, Sabah.
What does the politician Mat Sabu have to do with Chinese education and the current controversy over the Unified Exam Certificate (UEC)? My answer is that the Defence Minister and Parti Amanah Negara president was once my Bahasa Malaysia teacher.
An ex-hostage describes his time with two of the remaining M’sians involved in the Marawi siege.
PETALING JAYA: A Malaysian is among four Islamic State-linked militants believed to have been killed in a bombing operation at the terror group's hideout in the southern Philippines.
KOTA KINABALU: The kidnapping of a 70-year-old German and the killing of his wife by Abu Sayyaf gunmen occurred in waters off the Tawi-Tawi chain of islands in the southern Philippines.