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A year after extremist siege, Philippine families seek closure

MARAWI CITY, Philippines (Reuters) - Mahid Radia s last glimpse of his parents was when he and his children were fleeing their home amid gunfire, explosions and the howl of airplanes bombing the dens of extremists who had taken over Marawi, the Philippines

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