Duterte eyes joint operations with Malaysia vs. Abu Sayyaf

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MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte will discuss possible joint military and police operations with Malaysia to quell Abu Sayyaf militant kidnappings of sailors along the countries’ sea border, saying that the brazen attacks have paralyzed trade and commerce. Addressing the “deteriorating peace and order” in those waters will top the agenda when […]
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