The release of three fishermen last Saturday would have marked the end of a hostage crisis involving 34 Indonesians kidnapped by the Abu Sayyaf terror group in recent years, but another abduction has reignited tensions.
Just days before the three men were freed, two more Indonesians were abducted while fishing in the same waters in the Sulu-Celebes seas off Sabah, East Malaysia.
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