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Ships placed on high alert over crew abduction plot

Violent jihadist group Abu Sayyaf planning hijacking and kidnapping on ships sailing between the Philippines and Indonesia 'in next 24-hours', Malaysia piracy reporting centre warns

Suspects might use a blue three-engine speedboat to carry out a possible attack, and are expected to arrive off the Borneo Island state of Sabah on Wednesday morning, ReCAAP warned after receiving specific intelligence

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