September 07 2017
Philippine marines have rescued two Indonesians who had been held hostage by Abu Sayyaf since November, reports GMA News (Philippines).
The rescue took place early Thursday in a remote village of Indanan, on Sulu island, said a military commander.
Brig. Gen. Cirilito Sobejana, the commander of the joint task force in Sulu, said the two Indonesian hostages were aboard a car when they were rescued. The pair were then brought to a local hospital for a medical checkup, he said,...
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