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Group warns of resurgence of violent extremism if Marawi situation not...

On the third anniversary of Marawi’s liberation, a watchdog called out its slow rehabilitation process

SPOTLIGHT: Humanitarian crisis drives children in Philippines conflict areas into early...

"I was 14 years old then,” she said. “They told me that I was going to marry my first cousin who was also 14 years old,” added the girl.

Catholic priest who survived 2017 Marawi conflict laid to rest

Father Teresito Soganub was buried at the public cemetery of his hometown in Norala, South Cotabato province, on August 3

Displaced Marawi residents appeal to return to devastated homes

The war in Marawi leveled the city to the ground and affected close to half a million people, many of whom still live in temporary shelters

Displaced families in Marawi hope to live in permanent shelters soon

The government aims to construct 1,500 houses for families who lost their homes in the war’s “ground zero” in Marawi City

Marawi’s captive Catholic priest dies of cardiac arrest

Father Teresito “Chito” Soganub, the priest who was abducted by terrorists in the southern Philippine city of Marawi in 2017, died on July 22

Uncertainty remains in Marawi three years after shooting war

Three years after the war, Marawi remains in ruins and the government still has to fulfil its promise of a new life for the people

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