Manila Alonto Tahir, leader of a Central Mindanao-based kidnap-for-ransom group blamed for several abductions, reportedly died from natural causes on Saturday.
What does KFRG stand for?
KFRG stands for Kidnap-for-Ransom Group (criminal organization)
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This is a kidnap-for-ransom group that has a built-in network with other armed groups in the area," he said.
Foreign embassies in the Philippines have continuously warned their citizens not to travel to strife-torn regions in the southern Philippines which are home to the country's Muslim rebels, communist guerillas and several kidnap-for-ransom groups preying on foreigners.
The southern Philippines is also beset by al-Qaida-linked Abu Sayyaf, a kidnap-for-ransom group that has been holding an American couple and a Filipino nurse captive for more than a year now.
Al-Ghazi and the three others are alleged members of the Muslim extremist Abu Sayyaf group, an extremist kidnap-for-ransom group which the United States has linked to Osama bin Laden's al-Qaida network.
After the series of blasts, a man who said he represented the Abu Sayyaf, an extremist kidnap-for-ransom group with alleged links to bin Laden, called a local radio station and claimed responsibility for the attack.
troops to help train the Philippine soldiers fight the elusive kidnap-for-ransom group operating in the southern Philippines.