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The battle against terrorists in Mindanao continues almost a year after the liberation of Marawi City. Authorities running after violent extremist groups that pledge allegiance to the Islamic State. But the battle is fought not just with arms, the government must also find ways to push back against the recruitment of war-affected residents by the terrorists.

about 1 month ago

Reconstruction in the ravaged areas of war-torn Marawi has been delayed because of failed talks with the China-led consortium initially selected by the government to undertake the project.

about 1 month ago

This brings the total assistance of the U.S. to humanitarian and recovery work in Marawi to about ₱1.7 billion ($31.95 million).

about 2 months ago

The local government of Marawi and a United Nations agency sign a memorandum on rebuilding and rehabilitation efforts a year after the siege. The Armed Forces is also reviving a unit to oversee security in the devastated city.

about 2 months ago

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque says the Chinese firms have already served their sanctions and now deserve a second chance.

about 2 months ago

Marawi residents want nothing more than to move on from the devastation of their homes. But there's no closure just yet for them as they face the difficult task of rebuilding.

about 2 months ago

A year after, Marawi has regained a semblance of normalcy. Even as residents face a daunting task of rebuilding from the ruins.

about 2 months ago

An opposition lawmaker is asking Senate to investigate the events that led to the Marawi crisis and the government's efforts to rehabilitate the war-torn city.

about 2 months ago

Task Force Bangon Marawi is aiming for groundbreaking in the most affected area to begin on the third week of June this year.

about 2 months ago

Teach Peace Build Peace Movement founder Honey Sumndad-Usman said she was shocked when children affected by the conflict in Marawi expressed interest in joining violent groups. Her mission for peace education hopes to change that.