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Monday, March 4, 2013

Malaysian forces launch operation targeting 'armed intruders' from Philippines

Malaysian soldiers drive toward the ongoing stand-off with Sulu gunmen in Tanduo village on Monday.
Malaysian soldiers drive toward the ongoing stand-off with Sulu gunmen in Tanduo village on Monday
(CNN) -- Malaysian security forces launched an operation early Tuesday morning targeting "armed intruders" from the Philippines, Malaysian state news said.
The operation began around 7 a.m. Tuesday (6 p.m. ET Monday) in Lahad Datu on the Malaysian island of Borneo, Malaysia's official Bernama news agency reported.
The standoff began last month when more than 100 men from the mainly Muslim southern Philippines came ashore in the Malaysian state of Sabah on Borneo, demanding to be recognized as representatives of a sultanate that has historical claims on the area.
Over the weekend, the president of the Philippines ordered the group of rebels to surrender.
"From the very start, our objective has been to avoid the loss of lives and the shedding of blood," Benigno Aquino III said in a statement Saturday. "If you have grievances, the path you chose was wrong. The just, and indeed, the only correct thing for you to do is to surrender."
The peculiar standoff has its roots in a recent landmark peace deal between Manila and Muslim rebels, according to experts on the region.
The group's claims touch on an unresolved territorial question between the Philippines and Malaysia, as well as Manila's efforts to improve relations with Islamic insurgents in the country's south after decades of violence.
Malaysian police and armed forces soon surrounded the village in the eastern Sabah district of Lahad Datu, where the men had gathered. Police officials said they were negotiating with the group in an effort to persuade its members to return to their homes in the Philippines peacefully.
Clashes in the area have claimed the lives of nine policemen and 19 "intruders," Bernama reported.
CNN's Alba Prifti contributed to this report.


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