Pro-ISIS militants who seized the southern city of Marawi for five months last year have regrouped and are planning similar attacks elsewhere, the Philippine military and the country's largest Muslim rebel group have warned.
"They are still organising, recruiting and retraining, and we cannot discount the possibility of another attack. That is what we are trying to pre-empt," Brigadier-General Bienvenido Datuin said yesterday.
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