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    Abduction of Filipina in Sabah confirmed

    THE Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) in Manila on Thursday confirmed the abduction of a Filipina by unidentified group of armed men at a resort in Semporna, Sabah Wednesday night.
    Citing a report from the Philippine Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Foreign Affairs spokesman Charles Jose said the Filipina was abducted along with a Chinese national at the Singamata Resort near Semporna, Sabah, at around 10:30 p.m.
    “The embassy’s police attache immediately alerted Philippine police authorities in nearby areas for possible interdiction, in the event the perpetrators and their victims were headed their way,” Jose said in a text message.
    “Philippine authorities, particularly police maritime units and anti-kidnapping operatives, are actively and closely coordinating with their Malaysian counterparts in exchanging information and in working towards the speedy resolution of the case,” he added.
    He declined to disclose the victim’s identity pending notification of her next of kin.
    “We join the authorities in the desire for a speedy resolution of the case and the safe return of the victims to their families,” he said.

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