Indonesian militants can ‘easily’ enter Philippines

Haeril Halim
The discovery of an Indonesian passport by local authorities during a recent terrorism crackdown in the southern Philippines has raised concerns about intensifying coordination between Indonesian militants and the Abu Sayyaf group, the leading pro-Islamic State (IS) group in the region.
With resources to guard border areas limited, militants can easily enter Abu Sayyaf’s territory in the Philippines.
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