Philippines: Thousands still displaced in Marawi

The ISIL-inspired Maute group took control of Marawi last year, prompting thousands to flee and, a year after the fighting ended, many families are still displaced and searching for loved ones.

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    In the southern Philippines, thousands remain in evacuation camps, 12 months after a battle between the army and fighters inspired by ISIL.

    The people of Marawi fled as their city was destroyed - along with their lives.

    Al Jazeera's Jamela Alindogan reports from Marawi city, Philippines.


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