2 Vietnamese captives found dead in southern Philippines

Last Updated : July 06 2017

2 Vietnamese captives found dead in southern Philippines

2 Vietnamese captives found dead in southern Philippines

The killed of the 2 Vietnamese captives found dead in southern Philippines which were abducted last year by the suspected Abu Sayyaf militants, they were being found Wednesday at the southern of the Philippine island of the Basilan, a Philippine military said that in the gruesome end to a sailors' ordeal.

The bodies of Hoang Va Hai and Hoang Thong were actually found by the villagers in a town of Sumisip which was said by the military's of the Western Mindanao Command. The pictures showed their killed heads being beside their own bodies.

The 2 were among the six crewmen of Vietnamese cargo vessel of the MV Royal sixteen taken by the gunmen which happened last November in the seawaters off the Basilan amid the wave of the sea assaults which have terrified all the region's leaders.

It is said the one of a six crewmen was being rescued in the month of June. The others three remain captive which shocked many people because of that act of the criminal issue.

Lt. General Carlito Galvez Junior said the military's area commander, condoled the families of a slain victims, saying they were grieved as they strongly have condemn a barbaric of beheading." The police and military they have been using all the efforts of rescueing the kidnap victims as he added.

"There is no way the Abu Sayyaf of the group which represent our Muslims brothers who are the true followers of the Islam," Galvez said.

The officials said that the bodies may undergo the forensic examination because they are coordinating with a Vietnamese Embassy which is in Manila. The soldiers and the policemen are acquiring more information about this incident, they added.

In the month of February, the gunmen attacked also another Vietnamese cargo ship which was off in the Philippines' the southern tip, killing the Vietnamese crewman and also abducting even six others which include a vessel's captain, a Philippine coast the ship's owner and guard said.

The Philippine President by the name Rodrigo Duterte and also his Malaysian and the Indonesian counterparts have very greatly struggled when dealing with thne wave of the attacks by Abu Sayyaf and the allied gunmen who at that time targeted tugboats and the cargo ships together with their very busy sea borders.

These three countries have launched the coordinated maritime patrols which were released last month so as to intensify the fight which is against the Islamic militants, piracy, terrorism kidnapping, and also other crimes in the regional waters.

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The officials said thatthe bodies may undergo the forensic examination as they being coordinated with a Vietnamese Embassy in which is Manila. Soldiers and policemen are getting more details about the incident, they added.

In the month of February, the gunmen attacked also another Vietnamese cargos ship off Philippines' which is in the southern tip, killing the Vietnamese crewman and alsoabducting other six others which include the vessel's captain, Philippine coasts guard and a ship's owner said.

The philippine President by the name Rodrigo Duterte and also his own Malaysian and the Indonesian counterparts they have struggled very greatly in dealing with the wave of the attacks by the name Abu Sayyaf and also the allied gunmen who they targeted the tugboats and then cargo ships together with their own busy sea boundaries.

These three countries they have launched the coordinated maritime patrols which last month was being intensified by their own fight against the Islamic militants, kidnapping, piracy, terrorism and also other the crimes in the regional waters.