Category Archives: Lahad Datu standoff

Three opposition leaders identified as Sulu plotters

The Defence Ministry has identified three opposition leaders to be behind the intrusion in Lahad Datu by a group of militants from southern Philippines, reports Bernama. Its minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said all information and details on these masterminds would … Continue reading

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Lahad Datu: Cops looking for ‘Datuk Seri’ from Penang

Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Hamza Taib showing a picture of the “Datuk Seri” at the press conference in Felda Sahabat on Sunday. By Muguntan Vanar LAHAD DATU: Police are seeking a “Datuk Seri” from Penang in connection with their investigations … Continue reading

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Soldier hurt in Tanjung Batu gun battle, bodies found

A soldier was injured in the right thigh and the bodies of four foreigners as well as an injured boy were found in a house following a clash today between security forces and Sulu terrorists in Kampung Tanjung Batu, said … Continue reading

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One more militant killed, enemy death toll 62

The security forces continue conducting house-to-house searches in the operations area to trace enemy remnants. LAHAD DATU: One more Sulu terrorist was shot dead by the security forces in the Ops Daulat offensive in Kampung Tanjung Batu here today, bringing … Continue reading

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Azzimudie believed to have fled Sabah

A major offensive carried out by the Malaysian security forces to flush out remnants of the Sulu terrorists over the past 11 days has successfully crippled the group and forced its leader to abandon ship. Agbimuddin Kiram also known as … Continue reading

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Two soldiers dead – one KIA, another from road mishap

Lee Long Hui A Malaysian soldier was killed in an exchange of fire between security forces and members of the self-styled ‘Sulu royal army’ at Sungai Nyamuk in Lahad Datu this morning. Meanwhile, it was announced late this evening that … Continue reading

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12 reasons why Philippines can’t claim Sabah

Christopher Leong, Malaysian Bar The Malaysian Bar is extremely concerned by reports of the armed intrusion by foreign elements and ongoing conflict in the areas of Lahad Datu and Semporna, in Sabah. We are deeply saddened by the deaths of … Continue reading

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Teenage John Doe shot dead in red zone

Nigel Aw A teenager was shot dead this morning while security forces were tracking intruders near the red zone, says inspector-general of police Ismail Omar. “At 9.45 this morning, our forces were tracking the terrorists in an area at Kampung … Continue reading

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Philippines to probe conspiracy claims

An investigation of a possible conspiracy behind the Sulu intrusion of Sabah is warranted, Philippine officials reportedly said, to determine the cause of the violence. Philippine deputy presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte reportedly told the dzRB radio station that it is … Continue reading

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Lahad Datu: Politicians who cannot help should shut up

NOW is the time for the nation to wake up from its slumber and get its priorities straight. When our borders have been breached and our national sovereignty is at stake, this is not the time for our opposing politicians … Continue reading

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