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Echoing the sentiments of Marawi residents, the provincial government urges President Duterte to review or modify the plan 'taking into account the social and cultural sensitivities of the community'
Increased military presence in the war-ravaged city may rile up residents' cultural and religious sensitivities, and take up land that has historic meaning to the Maranao people, the petitioners say
The additional P330 million will be used to provide livelihood trainings and opportunities for young people
The Agus 1 hydroelectric power plant controls the flow of water from Lake Lanao to Agus River, which flows through provinces in Lanao Del Sur and Lanao Del Norte
Here are some of the images captured by Rappler correspondent Bobby Lagsa's since the beginning of the war in the southern Philippines
They were the first in when clashes broke out in May
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AFP spokesman Brigadier General Restituto Padilla also confirms the Malaysian terrorist who helped finance the Marawi siege was killed by troops
'Until now they are suffering. I really apologize for the delay. Hopefully within a few days [it's over].'
The military believes these are Christians executed by the terrorists during the clashes The fighting is now on its 37th day
Becoming Maranao for me was more than having Maranao parents and being raised in a Maranao family
Rappler correspondent Bobby Lagsa is one of the 3 photojournalists who are able to go around some parts of Marawi City on the 3rd day of the siege
Jan 23 flees to safety after witnessing the horror at the Amai Pakpak Medical Center
Bishop Edwin dela Peña says the local terror group has also torched the Mary Help of Christians Cathedral in Marawi
It used to take travelers on private vehicles 8 hours to get from Marawi to Wa o and Amai Manabilang towns; now it s only one and a half hours