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about 1 week ago

The military says the lack of fighting between government troops and members of the Maute group in Marawi indicates that stragglers have been "neutralized."

about 1 week ago

President Duterte opened the 31st ASEAN Summit and Related Meetings this morning at the Cultural Center of the Philippines.

about 2 weeks ago

The presence of Maute stragglers and reports of renewed recruitment efforts of terrorists are alarming Lanao del Sur mayors. They met with military officials once again to discuss plans to avoid any resurgence of conflict by the Maute group.

about 2 weeks ago

Military spokesperson BGen. Restituto Padilla repeats an earlier statement that among those killed could be Malaysian militant Amin Baco.

about 2 weeks ago

The battle between government forces and remaining Maute fighters in Marawi's war zone rages on. Nine more Maute stragglers are killed in a fresh firefight. One of them was a high-ranking official in the terror group.

about 2 weeks ago

Among them is Ibrahim Maute aka Abu Jamil, a cousin of the Maute brothers.

about 2 weeks ago

A captured Indonesian ISIS fighter earlier revealed there are still about 20 Maute members left in Marawi. Government troops are working double time to flush them out and make sure these stragglers don't slow down rehabilitation efforts.

about 2 weeks ago

Alleged ISIS recruiter Karen Aizha Hamidon shows up at the Justice Department over rebellion charges she's facing. Hamidon claims she has no links to the Maute or the Marawi siege, but investigators reveal there's proof of her ties to supporting extremists.

about 2 weeks ago

In the war zone, the rebuilding goes on despite the presence of stragglers in a small area. CNN Philippines takes you inside Marawi.

about 3 weeks ago

Four Maute fighters have been killed in less than a week, including the right hand man of an ISIS leader. Dozens of stragglers are still holed up in the city's main battle area two weeks after President Rodrigo Duterte declared the liberation of Marawi from terrorists. Despite recent clashes, the military is convinced there's no need to resume combat operations.