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30 Oct 2021
It's been exactly four years since the Philippines government declared the end of a bloody siege in which over 1,000 people died. But the wounds are still raw for those whose loved ones disappeared amid the fighting.
10 Jun 2017
The Philippines army says US special forces are helping them to retake the southern city of Marawi from IS-linked militants.
10 Jun 2017
A mother mourns her 15-year-old son, killed by a stray bullet during afternoon prayers in Marawi, southern Philippines, where heavy fighting continues more than two weeks after hundreds of militants waving the black Islamic State (IS) group flag rampaged through the city, seizing parts of it.
6 Jun 2017
Philippine marine troops seize arms and ammunition from the Islamic state group in Marawi, as fighting between government forces and Islamist militants continue.
31 May 2017
The Philippines military says the week-long assault by Islamist rebels in the city of Marawi is fueled by stolen guns and freed prisoners.
26 May 2017
The Philippines mobilises attack helicopters and special forces to drive Islamic State-linked rebels from the besieged city of Marawi, as hundreds of residents flee.

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