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Sabahan terrorist Amin Baco’s relative killed, says report

Younger brother of Amin’s father-in-law was among 10 Abu Sayyaf members killed in a clash with Philippine troops in Sulu.

Amin Baco, Mahmud Ahmad on Esscom’s latest wanted list

The inclusion of Mahmud is puzzling because he was declared killed in the Marawi war last year.

Analysts: Malaysian militant Amin Baco on the move in Mindanao

They say he may be trying to avoid capture and help with militants’ morale and training in other areas.

Sabah police rubbish report on child warriors

State police chief Ramli Din says they have not received any report that stateless children born in Sabah had returned to the Philippines and fought in Marawi.

‘Malaysian militant Amin Baco holed up in Sulu mountains’

He is also said to be renewing efforts to create an IS alliance of militant groups in Mindanao.

What if Malaysian Amin Baco is regional IS emir?

An analyst lays down possible IS command structure in southern Philippines if Amin Baco is indeed the IS leader.

Rela members to take short course before Esszone duty

Esscom and other agencies such as the Special Branch will expose them to what they can and should do to assist the security authorities.

Esscom’s psy-ops paying off against piracy, militancy

Esscom commander DCP Hazani Ghazali urges public to 'stick their noses in other people’s business' in safety and security matters.

Esscom’s planned Ligitan security post to be beefed up

Ligitan island, farthest Malaysian territory bordering Philippines, Indonesia, used by militant Amin Baco as entry point to Sabah, says EssCom chief.

Expert: Prospects for improved Asean security in 2018 grim

He says resurgence of al-Qaeda and ungoverned southern Philippine territory provides opportunities for militant activities.

Amin Baco touted as one of 2 militants looking to be...

Analyst says Philippine military declining to name the two, perhaps to avoid embarrassment that Malaysian militant Amin escaped Marawi.

Terrorism expert: M’sians among members of new pact in Philippines

Radical volunteers from Malaysia, Indonesia and other Muslim countries are helping the new pact comprising pro-IS groups and communists, says Filipino expert.

‘Indonesian terrorist held in Marawi radicalised in Malaysia’

A source says Muhammad Ilham Syahputra may have been recruited in Malaysia when he worked for an air cargo company.

Esscom to create island post to stop militants

This is in response to wanted militant Amin Baco’s re-entry into Sabah to pick up his son at his family home before taking him back to southern Philippines.

Philippines checking report of militants grouping in central Maguidanao

The group of 120 militants is believed to include Malaysians and Indonesians.

‘Amin Baco could be in Basilan, may recruit more Malaysians’

Former hostage says if Amin's teenage son is still alive and hiding in Basilan, chances are that the militant is there as well.

Cops: Deaths of Amin Baco, Mahmud Ahmad unconfirmed

Ayob says police are prepared with the DNA sample of Mahmud obtained from the family to test the body once found.

Philippine army says Malaysian Amin Baco is dead

Armed forces spokesman says it strongly believes that militants in Marawi are leaderless, contradicting statement by police chief that Amin Baco is new leader.

Militan warga Sabah dipercayai antara 42 orang terbunuh di Marawi

Warga Malaysia dan negara asing lain juga dipercayai terbunuh dalam serangan tentera hari ini.

Sabahan militant believed among 42 bodies recovered in Marawi today

Other Malaysians and foreigners are also believed to have been killed in the final military assault.

Militan Sabah Amin Baco terkepung di Marawi

Amin yang dikatakan mengetuai saki baki militan di Marawi dikatakan sedang berunding dengan pihak tentera.

Malaysian militant Amin Baco cornered by troops in Marawi

Amin who hails from Sabah and is said to be the leader of the remaining militants in the city, is in negotiation with the Philippine military to surrender.

Military: Fighting in southern Philippine city may end imminently

Only 20 insurgents remained in a small area in Marawi City, including five “significant” figures, and three battalions of troops were closing in on their positions, said Lieutenant-General Carlito Galvez.

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