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Panoramic views Marawi 2017

Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
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Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
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Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
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Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
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Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
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Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
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Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
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Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
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Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
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Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
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Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
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Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
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Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
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Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
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Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
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Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
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Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
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Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
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Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
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Marawi, capital of the Province of Lanao del Sur, in the autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.

On May 23, the Maute group and Abu Sayyaf, linked to the Islamic state, besieged the city, causing a conflict with the Philippine army.

Since the beginning of the conflict, the city was heavily affected by air bombardments. Despite this, the Philippine army struggles to conquer the areas occupied by Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists.

The city of Marawi has a structure suitable for a house-to-house conflict and many buildings are provided with bunkers. Terrorists dug tunnels to move from one area to another of the city, avoiding clashes with the Philippine Army. Many civilians are still trapped in the city and, as reported by the daily press conferences held by spokesman Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, they are used as human shields.

The ongoing conflict has caused some 430,000 displaced people, coming from Marawi and the surrounding villages.
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