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Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines joint military training to get Abu Sayyaf. WTF! Before watching the arms and the armies watch the trucks that Abu Sayyaf will enjoy train his toy soldiers smoke ‘em..JAKARTA, Indonesia - The three countries will hold joint military training for their army personnel starting January 2017 to fight terror group Abu Sayyaf and secure the Sulu Sea from rampant piracy.Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines have agreed to initiate joint army training to advance efforts to secure the Sulu Sea from rampant piracy.Indonesian Defence Minister Ryamizard Ryacudu explained that each of the countries would first begin its own army personnel training in January 2017 before conducting the joint training later in the year.The military training will take place in Indonesia's Tarakan in North Kalimantan, Malaysia's Tawao Island and the Philippines' Bongao Island.Ryacudu said Army soldiers set to participate in the joint military training would form a special force tasked with facing the notorious Abu Sayyaf militant group that masterminded a series of recent kidnappings in Sulu waters, located in the southwestern Philippines."It's part of a concrete action we, ASEAN countries, are taking to secure the region," he said in Jakarta on Thursday.Ryacudu said the training locations would later become posts for a joint taskforce assigned to help secure Sulu waters.The need for joint army training was discussed during a meeting between Ryamizard and his Malaysian and Philippines counterparts, Hishammuddin Hussein and Delfin Lorenzana, held on the sidelines of the ASEAN Defence Ministers' Meeting (ADMM) retreat earlier this week in Laos.Both Malaysia and the Philippines welcomed the initiative, which will add to a joint sea patrol in Sulu waters that the three countries previously agreed upon.

The fight against Abu Sayyaf: How Philippines is tackling homegrown terrorism

Channel NewsAsia - ‎4 hours ago‎
Over the years the Abu Sayyaf in the Philippines have survived off a lucrative kidnap-for-ransom racket that has terrorised sailors, tourists and residents in the area. Between July 2015 and September 2016, they abducted 38 foreigners and dozens more ...

Abu Sayyaf gunmen kidnap two more Indonesians off Sabah

International Business Times, Singapore Edition - ‎7 hours ago‎
Two more Indonesians were kidnapped off Malaysia's Sabah by five suspected militants from the Abu Sayyaf Islamist group, Philippine security officials said. Major Filemon Tan, a spokesman for the military's Western Mindanao Command, said in a report ...

Abu Sayyaf gunmen snatch two more Indonesians

The Straits Times - ‎17 hours ago‎
Suspected militants from the small but brutal Abu Sayyaf Islamist group have abducted two more Indonesians off the Malaysian state of Sabah, Philippine security officials said yesterday. This is the fourth kidnapping reported in two weeks along the ...

Three nations unite against Abu Sayyaf

Gulf Today - ‎18 hours ago‎
MANILA: The Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia have agreed to set up a joint military task force in 2017 aimed at stopping the abductions by members of the Al Qaeda-linked Abu Sayyaf terror group on the high seas and on land, according to a senior ...

M'sia, Indonesia, Philippines agree to joint military action

Free Malaysia Today - ‎13 hours ago‎
Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines said joint military training will be conducted from next year to counter terror group Abu Sayyaf, who are believed to be behind the rampant piracy and kidnapping in the Sulu Sea, The Jakarta Post reported. The ...

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