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Sipadan/Pandanan Hostage News Archive

 

Tuesday, 28 November 2000

Abu Sayyaf renews threat to behead American hostage (AFP)

Renegade Abu leader Abdul Midjal killed in clash (ABS-CBN)

Troops placed on high alert in Southern Philippines (AP)

 

Sunday, 26 November 2000

AFP fears Abu attacks on civilians (Manila Times)

One Abu Sayyaf killed in military clash (ABS-CBN)

 

Saturday, 18 November 2000

Govt to sequester Abu Sayyaf ill-gotten properties (ABS-CBN)

 

Friday, 17 November 2000

Soldiers to remain on Sabah's islands, says Shafie (Bernama)

3 more Abu bandits slain by troopers (Manila Times)

Philippine Arroyo: Will resume peace talks with rebels (AP)

 

Thursday, 16 November 2000

Drive to free 2 hostages continues; 7 Sayyaf killed (Manila Times)

Abu members down to 200 - AFP (ABS-CBN)

 

Wednesday, 15 November 2000

Hostage in Philippines losing hope (AP)

4 Abu members slain, 48 captured in Jolo (Philippine Daily Inquirer)

 

Tuesday, 14 November 2000

Sick American captive taken off Philippine hostage island (AFP)

4 Abu rebs, 1 soldier dead in Sulu clash (Manila Times)

 

Saturday, 11 November 2000

Abu Sayyaf threat diminishing, says Govt (ABS-CBN)

 

Friday, 10 November 2000

21 Abu Sayyaf men killed (AFP)

 

Thursday, 09 November 2000

Abu Sayyaf lair seized, hostages still missing (ABS-CBN)

 

Monday, 06 November 2000

11 Abu Sayyaf rebs surrender (ABS-CBN)

Govt neutralises 486 Abu bandits (Manila Times)

 

Sunday, 05 November 2000

Troops pursue Abus holding two hostages (Manila Times)

 

Saturday, 04 November 2000

8 Abu Sayyaf men slain in Jolo (AFP)

 

Friday, 03 November 2000

7 wounded as army shells hit evacuees (Philippine Daily Inquirer)

 

Thursday, 02 November 2000

Philippine rebels position shelled (AP)

Mortars hit refugees on Philippine Hostage isle (Reuters)

 

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Sipadan Island, Sabah

Sipadan Island, Sabah, Malaysia

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List of Hostages (3)

(Kidnapped from Pandanan Island, Sabah, Malaysia)

1.   Mohd Noh Sulaiman (M'sian)

2.   Joseph Ongkinoh (M'sian)

3.   Kan Wai Chong (M'sian)

List of Hostages (21)

(Originally kidnapped from Sipadan Island, Sabah, Malaysia)

1.   Sonia Wendling (French)

2.   Stephane Loisy (French)

3.   Marc Wallert (German)

4.   Werner G. Cort (German)

5.   Renate Wallert (German)

6.   Carel Strydom (S. African)

7.   Monique Strydom (S. African)

8.   Marie Michel (Lebanese)

9.   Johan F. Seppo (Finnish)

10. Mirco J. Rista (Finnish)

11. Laurecia Dablo (Filipina)

12. Roland Ullah (Filipino)

13. Ken Fong Yin Ken (M'sian)

14. Kua Yu Loong (M'sian)

15. Vincent Kwong (M'sian)

16. Francis Masungkim (M'sian)

17. Zulkamain Hashim (M'sian)

18. Abd. Jawan S. (M'sian)

19. Lee Hock Leong (M'sian)

20. Bala Krishnan Nair (M'sian)

21. Basilius Jim (M'sian)

* Green denotes FREED hostages

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