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Philippines Destroys Pro-ISIS Militants' Confiscated Weapons

World | Associated Press | December 13, 2017, 6:29 pm
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 Soldiers use bulldozers to destroy hundreds of guns and weapons confiscated during a pro-Islamic State group siege in Marawi, at the Philippine Army Headquarters in Manila on December 13, 2017. Philippine Congress voted overwhelmingly to approve Duterte's request to extend martial law in the south by a year after the military warned that terrorist threats continue to lurk despite the defeat of a disastrous pro-Islamic State group siege. (Image: AP)

Soldiers use bulldozers to destroy hundreds of guns and weapons confiscated during a pro-Islamic State group siege in Marawi, at the Philippine Army Headquarters in Manila on December 13, 2017. Philippine Congress voted overwhelmingly to approve Duterte's request to extend martial law in the south by a year after the military warned that terrorist threats continue to lurk despite the defeat of a disastrous pro-Islamic State group siege. (Image: AP)

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 Soldiers cut one of the hundreds of weapons confiscated during a pro-Islamic State group siege in Marawi, Philippines. (Image: AP)

Soldiers cut one of the hundreds of weapons confiscated during a pro-Islamic State group siege in Marawi, Philippines. (Image: AP)

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 Hundreds of confiscated guns and weapons are being destroyed by Philippines army. (Image: AP)

Hundreds of confiscated guns and weapons are being destroyed by Philippines army. (Image: AP)

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 Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte inspects guns and weapons confiscated, and surrendered by the enemies, in Philippines. (Image: AP)

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte inspects guns and weapons confiscated, and surrendered by the enemies, in Philippines. (Image: AP)

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 A soldier carries a gun as they destroy them at the Philippine Army Headquarters in Manila, Philippines on December 13, 2017. (Image: AP)

A soldier carries a gun as they destroy them at the Philippine Army Headquarters in Manila, Philippines on December 13, 2017. (Image: AP)

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 Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte looks at hundreds of guns and weapons confiscated during a pro-Islamic State group siege in Marawi, Philippines at the Philippine Army Headquarters in Manila, Philippines on December 13, 2017. (Image: AP)

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte looks at hundreds of guns and weapons confiscated during a pro-Islamic State group siege in Marawi, Philippines at the Philippine Army Headquarters in Manila, Philippines on December 13, 2017. (Image: AP)