A Catholic ... of the Philippines, said the gunmen have threatened to kill the hostages “if government forces unleashed against them are not recalled”. He asked Filipinos to pray for the captives, and for the government to make their safety a primary.
He emphasized any sort of nonperishable goods for victims and families should be donated to Three Square food bank or Catholic Charities ... who is a person of interest in the shooting is in the Philippines and police have remained in contact with her.
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The Philippines, which is majority Catholic, has faced Muslim separatist movements for decades in Mindanao with its significant Muslim population. Marawi is known as "Islamic City" in the Philippines for its Muslim-majority population.
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They are believed to be holding many hostages, including a Catholic priest ... Up to 90 percent of Marawi's people have fled to safety. Duterte has declared martial law across the southern third of the Philippines to deal with the most serious crisis.
Officers also responded to a report of shots fired on the West Side on Saturday night. According to police, officers were called to the emergency room at Catholic Medical Center at 12:09 a.m. Sunday to investigate a report of a 17-year-old who had suffered.
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