Philippines

Abu Sayyaf commander 'killed in Malaysia'

Malaysian PM lauds security forces as the Philippines reports death of Abraham Hamid, accused of kidnapping foreigners.

Asia

'Abu Sayyaf' attacks ship, abducts captain and crewman

Ten gunmen board South Korean ship off Tawi-Tawi province in southern Philippines and kidnap captain and crew member.

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Philippines: Abu Sayyaf frees three Indonesian hostages

A day after release of Norwegian Kjartan Sekkingstad, ISIL-linked group frees Indonesians.

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Abu Sayyaf frees Norwegian hostage Kjartan Sekkingstad

Sekkingstad was released after almost a year in captivity while Canadian hostages were earlier beheaded.

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Philippines: Duterte warns more bombings likely

Philippine president vows "day of reckoning" for those involved in September 2 blast that killed 14 people.

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'Commander Red Eye' in court, denies Abu Sayyaf link

Abner Muloc is accused of being involved in the abduction of a former Italian priest in the Philippines in October 2015.

Philippines

Philippine soldiers killed in clashes with Abu Sayyaf

Twelve soldiers were killed in fierce clashes with the armed group on the southern island of Jolo.

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Inside Abu Sayyaf: Blood, drugs and conspiracies

Philippine group continues its insurgency and beheadings as military sources accuse local officials of lending support.

War & Conflict

Abu Sayyaf fighters killed in clashes in Philippines

Fighting between military and armed group in the jungles of Mindanao left at least 10 dead and dozens injured.

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Abu Sayyaf group beheads Canadian captive

Military source tells Al Jazeera Canadian hostage Robert Hall executed by armed group based in southern Philippines.