Philippine troops retake most of Marawi

Fighting now limited to 2 villages amid reports terror group’s leader killed

By Hader Glang

ZAMBOANGA CITY

The fight against the Daesh-linked Maute group in Marawi is down to just two villages as the offensive entered its 71st day, the military said Tuesday.

Military spokesman Brig. Gen. Restituto Padilla said the military is working to confirm reports the terror group’s leader, Abdullah Maute, has been killed.

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Source: http://aa.com.tr/

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