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Villages leave their home in Simunul village in Semporna, Sabab, Malaysia, March 4, 2013, a day after a shootout between Filipino intruders and Malaysian police. Malaysia sent hundreds of soldiers to a Borneo state Monday to help neutralize armed Filipino intruders who have killed eight police officers in the country's bloodiest security emergency in years. Nineteen Filipino gunmen have also been slain since Friday in skirmishes that shocked Malaysians unaccustomed to such violence in their country, which borders insurgency-plagued southern provinces in the Philippines and Thailand. (AP Photo/Bernama News Agency) MALAYSIA OUT, NO SALES, NO ARCHIVE

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Villages leave their home in Simunul village in Semporna, Sabab, Malaysia, March 4, 2013, a day after a shootout between Filipino intruders and Malaysian police. Malaysia sent hundreds of soldiers to a Borneo state Monday to help neutralize armed Filipino intruders who have killed eight police officers in the country's bloodiest security emergency in years. Nineteen Filipino gunmen have also been slain since Friday in skirmishes that shocked Malaysians unaccustomed to such violence in their country, which borders insurgency-plagued southern provinces in the Philippines and Thailand. (AP Photo/Bernama News Agency) MALAYSIA OUT, NO SALES, NO ARCHIVE
Villages leave their home in Simunul village in Semporna, Sabab, Malaysia, March 4, 2013, a day after a shootout between Filipino intruders and Malaysian police. Malaysia sent hundreds of soldiers to a Borneo state Monday to help neutralize armed Filipino intruders who have killed eight police officers in the country's bloodiest security emergency in years. Nineteen Filipino gunmen have also been slain since Friday in skirmishes that shocked Malaysians unaccustomed to such violence in their country, which borders insurgency-plagued southern provinces in the Philippines and Thailand. (AP Photo/Bernama News Agency) MALAYSIA OUT, NO SALES, NO ARCHIVE
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