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71 viewsNoraimen Radia, 16 (L), and her sister Najmah and their eight siblings are appealing to authorities to help them find their parents Albasher and Saada Grande Radia, who have been missing since May 27, 2017 while they were fleeing the fighting in Marawi City. MindaNews photo by CAROLYN O. ARGUILLAS
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38 viewsJane Marygold Perez, of the Ranao Rescue Team, has made it a crusade to help Marawi residents with missing loved ones, like sisters Noraimen and Najmah Radia. The Radia siblings -- 10 of them -- continue to wait for the homecoming of their parents Albasher and Saada Grande Radia, whom they last saw on May 27, 2017 while fleeing the fighting in Marawi City. MindaNews photo by CAROLYN O. ARGUILLAS
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61 viewsResidents search for what remains in their former house in Marawi City on Thursday (5 April 2018). The Task Force Bangon Marawi allowed residents to visit their homes to get their personal belongings and to retrieve their possessions at Marawi’s Main Affected Areas. MindaNews photo by FROILAN GALLARDO
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39 viewsA resident is seen through a spyhole checking the damage on her house in Marawi City on Thursday (5 April 2018). Daesh-inspired gunmen cut through houses using spyholes as they fought government troops for more than five months last year. The Task Force Bangon Marawi allowed 1,200 residents to visit their homes in Sector 2. A total of 24,000 residents will be allowed to visit their houses to get their personal belongings and to retrieve their possessions at Marawi’s Main Affected Areas. MindaNews photo by FROILAN GALLARDO
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40 viewsA resident checks what clothes she can still salvage in her graffiti-filled room in Marawi City on Thursday (5 April 2018). The Task Force Bangon Marawi allowed residents to visit their homes to get their personal belongings and to retrieve their possessions at Marawi’s Main Affected Areas. MindaNews photo by FROILAN GALLARDO
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40 viewsResidents search for what remains in their former house in Marawi City on Thursday (5 April 2018). The Task Force Bangon Marawi allowed residents to visit their homes to get their personal belongings and to retrieve their possessions at Marawi’s Main Affected Areas. MindaNews photo by FROILAN GALLARDO
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40 viewsA sign posted on a tree in Marawi City warns of unexploded ordnance, including 500-pound aerial bombs, as a resident checks on salvageable items from what remains of her old house on Thursday (5April 5, 2018). The Task Force Bangon Marawi allowed residents to visit their homes to get their personal belongings and to retrieve their possessions at Marawi’s Main Affected Areas. MindaNews photo by FROILAN GALLARDO
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39 viewsEmpty 50-caliber shell casings are found by a resident when he visited his house in Marawi City Thursday (5 April 2018). The military has warned residents of unexploded ordnance as they visit their homes. MindaNews photo by FROILAN GALLARDO
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39 viewsSamia Macondara, 35, and her brother Abdul walk through what used to be her small bakery and grocery store in Marawi City Thrusday (5 April 2018). “Wala nang natira pati. building” (Nothing is left, even the building), Macondara said. The Task Force Bangon Marawi allowed residents to visit their homes to get their personal belongings and to retrieve their possessions at Marawi’s Main Affected Areas. MindaNews photo by FROILAN GALLARDO
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51 viewsResidents of Sitio Garing, Barangay Luayon in Makilala, North Cotabato the morning after the clash from midnight until dawn Monday (22 January 2018). Three NPAs and a CAFGU member died in the firefight. MindaNews photo by FERDINANDH CABRERA
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18 viewsA soldier relaxes after a long firefight against NPA rebels in Makilala, North Cotabato from midnight until dawn Monday (22 January 2018). Three NPAs and a CAFGU member died in the clash. MindaNews photo by FERDINANDH CABRERA
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15 viewsThree NPA rebels and a CAFGU member killed during a clash in Makilala, North Cotabato from midnight until dawn Monday (22 January 2018) are brought to a funeral house inside body bags. MindaNews photo by FERDINANDH CABRERA
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