Four years after a deadly siege in Marawi city, residents are still working to rebuild their community and recover from the traumas of war.
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As NATO forces begin their withdrawal from Afghanistan, some clerics and Islamist groups sympathetic to the Afghan Taliban are accused of intensifying efforts to solicit support for the militant group.
The Philippine military has repelled an attack on Datu Piang, a municipality with some 26,000 residents. The attack sparked fears of a repeat of the Marawi city siege of 2017 that left some 1,200 dead.
Mohamed Nasheed has been hospitalized after a device exploded near his home. No group has claimed responsibility for the blast.
Rights groups report that police killed activists in a raid meant to target militants. UN officials have blamed Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte for encouraging police violence.
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