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Terror in the East


The siege of Marawi City in the southern Philippines in 2017 fueled fears that ISIL is growing its presence in Southeast Asia as it loses key territories in the Middle East. According to the International Center for Political Violence and Terrorism Research, more than 60 militant groups in the region have pledged allegiance to the extremist group.

CGTN’s Philippines correspondent Barnaby Lo and Indonesia correspondent Silkina Ahluwalia trace the beginnings of the ISIL-linked Maute brothers, who led the attack on Marawi, and look into the rising tide of radicalism in the region.

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Terror in the East


The siege of Marawi City in the southern Philippines in 2017 fueled fears that ISIL is growing its presence in Southeast Asia as it loses key territories in the Middle East. According to the International Center for Political Violence and Terrorism Research, more than 60 militant groups in the region have pledged allegiance to the extremist group.

CGTN’s Philippines correspondent Barnaby Lo and Indonesia correspondent Silkina Ahluwalia trace the beginnings of the ISIL-linked Maute brothers, who led the attack on Marawi, and look into the rising tide of radicalism in the region.

 

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Terror in the east CREDITS

PHILIPPINES: 

CORRESPONDENT/WRITER: BARNABY LO

ASSOCIATE PRODUCERS: MERLYN MANOS

CINEMATOGRAPHY/PRODUCERS: ROLLIE MALICSI, ROBERT MALICSI

MUSIC: PEACH ABUBAKAR

EDITING: REICHELLE DOMINGO

 

INDONESIA: 

PRODUCER: Silkina Ahluwalia

FIXER: Sugiyarti Asmungi

CAMERAMAN/EDITOR: Fakhrur Rozi