Inside Marawi City's war zone in southern Philippines

The Philippine military says only a few dozen rebel troops remain in the southern city of Marawi. The army has been fighting a group allied with Al Qaeda for nearly two months. President Rodrigo Duterte says the situation in Marawi remains critical, and he’s likely to extend martial law. Nearly 400-thousand people have been displaced by the crisis. CGTN’s Barnaby Lo takes us inside the war zone.



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