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A year after Marawi siege, threat of militants and unexploded bombs lingers

Philippine officials say hundreds of displaced remain in emergency shelters as the threat of militants and unexploded bombs lingers in the ruins of a southern city that was held by Islamic State group-aligned fighters for five months last year. The Rev. Teresito Soganub, who survived 117 days of captivity by the extremists in Marawi city, said Wednesday it will take years for him and others to overcome the horror of having lived through airstrikes and gunbattles that constantly threatened them. The May 23

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