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World - Top Asian News 12:55 p.m. GMT


MANILA, Philippines (AP) Abu Sayyaf militants have freed 10 Indonesian crewmen who were seized at sea in March in the first of three attacks on tugboats that have sparked a regional maritime security alarm, officials said Sunday. The Indonesians appeared to be in good health when they were dropped off Sunday afternoon in front of the house of Sulu province`s governor in the town of Jolo, said the town`s police chief, Junpikar Sitin. The 10 men were then brought to a Philippine military camp and arrangements were underway to turn them over to Indonesian officials. A photo seen by The Associated Press shows the sunburned men in fresh shirts eating rice and chicken with Sulu`s governor on a veranda beside a Japanese-style garden in his house.


Sunday, May 01, 2016  14:06

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World - Top Asian News 11:49 a.m. GMT


MANILA, Philippines (AP) Abu Sayyaf militants have freed 10 Indonesian crewmen who were seized at sea in March in the first of three attacks on tugboats that have sparked a regional maritime security alarm, officials said Sunday. The Indonesians appeared to be in good health when they were dropped off Sunday afternoon in front of the house of Sulu province`s governor in the town of Jolo, said the town`s police chief, Junpikar Sitin. The 10 men were then brought to a Philippine military camp and arrangements were underway to turn them over to Indonesian officials. A photo seen by The Associated Press shows the sunburned men in fresh shirts eating rice and chicken with Sulu`s governor on a veranda beside a Japanese-style garden in his house.


Sunday, May 01, 2016  13:13

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World - Top Asian News 10:21 a.m. GMT


MANILA, Philippines (AP) Abu Sayyaf militants have freed 10 Indonesian tugboat crewmen who were seized at sea in March and taken to a jungle encampment in the southern Philippines, officials said Sunday. The Indonesians appeared to be in good health when they were dropped off Sunday in front of the house of Sulu province`s governor in the town of Jolo, said the town`s police chief, Junpikar Sitin. The 10 men were then brought to a Philippine military camp, where arrangements were to be made for them to be turned over to Indonesian officials. Jolo`s mayor, Hussin Amin, welcomed the release of the Indonesians, but said he was unaware whether a ransom had been paid.


Sunday, May 01, 2016  11:43

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World - 10 Indonesian hostages freed in Philippines: police


Ten Indonesian sailors abducted by Abu Sayyaf Islamic militants were freed in the southern Philippines on Sunday after five weeks in captivity, Philippine police said. Unknown men delivered the 10 tugboat crewmen to the home of provincial governor Abdusakur Tan Jnr on the remote island of Jolo during a heavy midday downpour, Jolo police chief Junpikar Sitin told AFP by telephone. The provincial police chief, Senior Superintendent Wilfredo Cayat, confirmed the release of the 10 Indonesians, but declined to give any details to AFP.


Sunday, May 01, 2016  11:07

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World - Top Asian News 9:42 a.m. GMT


MANILA, Philippines (AP) Abu Sayyaf militants have freed 10 Indonesian tugboat crewmen who were seized at sea in March and taken to a jungle encampment in the southern Philippines, officials said Sunday. The Indonesians appeared to be in good health when they were dropped off Sunday in front of the house of Sulu province`s governor in the town of Jolo, said the town`s police chief, Junpikar Sitin. The 10 men were then brought to a Philippine military camp, where arrangements were to be made for them to be turned over to Indonesian officials. Jolo`s mayor, Hussin Amin, welcomed the release of the Indonesians, but said he was unaware whether a ransom had been paid.


Sunday, May 01, 2016  10:48

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World - Top Asian News 9:18 a.m. GMT


MANILA, Philippines (AP) Abu Sayyaf militants have freed 10 Indonesian tugboat crewmen who were seized at sea in March and taken to a jungle encampment in the southern Philippines, officials said Sunday. The Indonesians appeared to be in good health when they were dropped off Sunday in front of the house of Sulu province`s governor in the town of Jolo, said the town`s police chief, Junpikar Sitin. The 10 men were then brought to a Philippine military camp, where arrangements were to be made for them to be turned over to Indonesian officials. Jolo`s mayor, Hussin Amin, welcomed the release of the Indonesians, but said he was unaware whether a ransom had been paid.


Sunday, May 01, 2016  10:30

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World - Three Turkish soldiers killed, 14 others wounded in PKK attack in the southeast: army


ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Three Turkish soldiers were killed and 14 others were wounded on Sunday in an armed attack by Kurdish militants during a military operation in the southeastern town of Nusaybin, Turkey`s army said in a statement. Turkey`s largely Kurdish southeast has been hit by waves of violence in clashes between government security forces and members of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) after a ceasefire fell apart last July. (Reporting by Humeyra Pamuk; Editing by Alison Williams)


Sunday, May 01, 2016  07:27

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Sunday, May 01, 2016  15:53

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World - Russia says talks to extend Syrian lull in fighting to Aleppo


By Lidia Kelly and John Davison MOSCOW/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Russia said on Sunday talks were taking place to include Aleppo in a temporary lull in fighting declared by the Syrian army in some western parts of the country, a sign of intensified efforts to halt a surge of violence in its former commercial capital. The United States said stopping the bloodshed in Aleppo, which has been at the center of an escalation of violence that all but destroyed a wider ceasefire deal and broke up peace talks in Geneva, was a top priority. Nearly 10 days of bombardments by both the government side and insurgents in the city of Aleppo has killed more than 250 people, a monitoring group says, confounding hopes of an end to five years of war.


Sunday, May 01, 2016  14:42

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World - Top Asian News 5:47 a.m. GMT


BEIJING (AP) Taiwanese officials have protested Malaysia`s deportation of 32 of the self-ruled island`s nationals to China this weekend to face wire fraud charges, the latest in a series of disputes that has raised new friction between China and Taiwan. The deportation follows the sending of nearly four dozen Taiwanese from Kenya to China last month, a case some experts and observers see as an attempt by Beijing to bully the island that it claims as its own territory. Chinese authorities have said they need to crack down on perpetrators of phone scams that have resulted in an estimated 10 billion yuan ($1.5 billion) of losses each year.


Sunday, May 01, 2016  07:09

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