Rappler's latest stories on Marawi
Chinese President Xi Jinping says China will give another 50 scholarships for Filipinos, and donate 10,000 tons of rice for typhoon-stricken communities
Marawi City civic leader Samira Gutoc says the government and the residents should 'co-manage' rehabilitation efforts
Maranao leader and senatorial hopeful Samira Gutoc says peace movements at the grassroots, coupled with help from government, will help bring peace in Mindanao
How will Samira Gutoc show the rest of the country that a Maranao like her can help address their most pressing problems – from high prices of goods to extrajudicial killings?
(UPDATED) Photos sent to Rappler by the program's lead coordinator show that there is both water and power supply
The Virtual Reality war documentary wins the Best Use of Online Video award
Failed talks with private firms and insistence on an ill-fitting joint venture agreement for the city’s reconstruction delay the start of rehabilitation efforts
Task Force Bangon Marawi head Eduardo del Rosario says the government also wants to move residents still living in evacuation centers to temporary shelters 'no later than' early next year
With the 'new' plan, Task force Bangon Marawi says contractors from Mindanao will be able to bid for 11 components of the rehabilitation plan for the city
National and local government officials join Marawi residents to commemorate the start of efforts to rehabilitate the war-torn city's most devastated area
Residents of Marawi's most affected area will be able to return to their homes before 2020, says Task Force Bangon Marawi
To families who have returned to Marawi City, a child center is a place for play and healing
Marawi City Mayor Majul Gandamra says residents remain frustrated by delayed rehabilitation and reconstruction of the city over a year since the war ended
But initial rehabilitation work will be conducted even before the ceremonial groundbreaking, says Task Force Bangon Marawi Secretary-General Falconi Millar
The groundbreaking signals the start of debris clearing operations in a 6-hectare 'pilot' area in Marawi's Ground Zero
President Rodrigo Duterte also asks House leaders to allocate funds in the 2019 budget for the housing projects for military, police, and Yolanda victims
The photo used is a 2011 post-earthquake ‘container temporary housing’ in Japan
Rappler collaborated with Group of Five Creative Concepts to produce Asia's first-ever VR war documentary
A dramatic rise in the use of improvised explosive devices and shift to group-related attacks from individual attacks defined ARMM conflicts last year, according to the Conflict Alert 2018 report
The Congressional Spouses Foundation Incorporated will coordinate with Task Force Bangon Marawi for the utilization of the fund
The documentary about the 2017 Marawi siege wins its second international award to date
(UPDATED) Election watchdogs report irregularities and a few poll-related incidents in some areas in the conduct of the village and youth council polls
'Children of the Lake,' produced by Robin Padilla, Piolo Pascual, and Joyce Bernal, is about the 2017 Marawi siege
'We need to work together, with the best interest of its people in mind, to help Marawi rise back on its feet in the soonest time possible,' says Vice President Leni Robredo
John Frederick Savellano, 29, is among the Marines remembered on the first year of the liberation of the now legendary Mapandi Bridge
11 Filipino-Chinese groups provide funds for the multipurpose building, a replica of which was presented to President Rodrigo Duterte
DSWD Acting Secretary Virginia Orogo says 64,364 families – from a total of 77,170 – have returned to Marawi City
The factors surrounding the attack are telltale red flags that ISIS is looking to establish a more substantial base in the Philippines
Following the Battle of Marawi, the Armed Forces had enjoyed an immense level of support from the public. A year later, things rapidly went downhill because of the Duterte administration's position on the West Philippine Sea.
Acting Chief Justice Antonio Carpio says he would not object to development projects with the Chinese as long as the Philippines' sovereign rights are upheld
The barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections in Marawi City are scheduled 4 months after the same exercise was held in other parts of the Philippines
I cried during the tour. The spiritual atmosphere was just so heavy. War is truly ugly and painful. It brings no good thing.
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Despite their opinions about President Rodrigo Duterte, the results of a Social Weather Stations survey show Marawi residents are generally optimistic about the future
Vice President Leni Robredo turns over to the Marawi City government 60 homes built under her Angat Buhay program, for families displaced by the Marawi siege
Task Force Bangon Marawi spokesperson Kristoffer Purisima says the government is looking for 'the most qualified and competent developer' for the Marawi rehabilitation project
About P5.1 billion was released in 2017 while about P54.1 million has been released in 2018. Most of the funds have been for relief; reconstruction projects remain few.
Negotiations will commence with another Chinese group – Power Construction Corporation of China or PowerChina
Professors of Mindanao State University question the government's move to prioritize the construction of a military garrison over attending to the needs of evacuees
Robin Padilla says he'll leave the announcement of the cast of the film to Piolo Pascual, who is co-producing with director Joyce Bernal
During the June 11 Cabinet meeting, Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno questions the 3-week period for other developers to challenge the proposal of the China-led Bangon Marawi Consortium
The index shows the Philippines as the second least peaceful country in Asia Pacific, next only to North Korea
Join us as we make sense of these stories: One year since the Marawi siege and corruption scandals hounding Solicitor General Jose Calida, former Tourism Promotions Board chief Cesar Montano, and former PhilHealth Interim President Celestina De la Serna
The Philippines slides one place to 137th out of 163 countries in the 2018 Global Peace Index, and remains second to the last in the Asia Pacific, besting only North Korea
'Kami ni Joyce Bernal sinamahan lang namin yung mga Muslim para alam din namin yung iniisip nila, why they do it and what they do.'
The 'Alab ng Puso' award features medal ribbons made by Maranao weavers from war-stricken Marawi
'Ang Misyon' is a jarring mess. It is a magnanimously motivated mistake
It was a day of celebration for us. Or so we thought.