Philippine army struggles to dislodge Maute fighters from Marawi

The Philippine army is struggling to dislodge Maute group fighters from their stronghold in the southern city of Marawi. The government says more than 200 members of an ISIL-inspired group have been killed since fighting broke out.

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    The Philippine army is struggling to dislodge Maute group fighters from their stronghold in the southern city of Marawi.

    The government says more than 200 members of an ISIL-inspired group have been killed since fighting broke out.

    Al Jazeera’s Jamela Alindogan reports from Marawi.


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