The video was first published by ISIS's Amaq News Agency.Philippine soldiers are battling to recapture the town of Marawi from the militants, and clashes have already left at least 178 dead, including 20 civilians.Gunmen loyal to him swept through the city of 200,000 people, torching buildings and taking hostages.Up to 90 percent of Marawi's people have fled to safety.
Service providers publish Critical Information Summary (CIS) documents for prepaid services, as required by the Telecommunications Consumer Protections (TCP) code.Philippine Marines chief Major General Emmanuel Salamat said at the ceremony troops would use the weapons in the ongoing battle against Islamist militants in the southern city of Marawi.The equipment turned over on Monday was all new, according to US officers at the ceremony.I'm telling you now, you can kill all those you're holding now, but I won't talk to you.'My order really is to shoot you and to shoot you dead.'However troops have also held back from troops have held back from indiscriminately bombing at the militants with newly acquired fighter jets and ending the urban insurrection in a day because the government has to assure the safety of civilians trapped in the fighting.Marawi officials estimate that about 2,000 residents remained trapped in their houses and many have run out of food and water.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said that he will not negotiate with militants aligned with the Islamic State group, and that he has ordered troops to kill the gunmen even if they slaughter the hostages.