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MARAWI CITY - In a daring operation, soldiers and local government officials rescued 144 civilians trapped in the conflict zone in Marawi City early Saturday as firefights between government troops and Islamic State-inspired militants entered the twelfth day. The operation was at first intended to rescue 79 people, whose employer is a respected community member and was recognized by some members of the Maute group. As they walked across the war zone, the civilians were stopped by the Maute group and asked if there were Christians among them.Rescuers walked several kilometers through barricades of the Maute group to reach safety, as soldiers provided cover fire. In defense of their companions, the civilians said they were all Muslims.
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Last night, Nato chief Jens Stoltenberg said: 'I expect Nato allies to step up and agree to do more in the fight against terrorism, not least because of the attack we saw in Manchester.'Many allies would like to see Nato as a full member of the coalition, because it sends a strong message of unity.'Officials said Mrs May's push on counter-terrorism would 'not just focus on the military effort' but would also argue for an international clampdown on jihadi propaganda and for new initiatives to 'address the root causes and address the spread of this poisonous ideology online'.
But during the Nato summit, the PM will also underline to Donald Trump the growing threat posed by Russia.
Theresa May will today call on Nato to join the military campaign against Islamic State terrorists to show 'unity' with Britain in the wake of the Manchester attack.
Although many Nato countries are already part of the coalition targeting IS forces in Iraq and Syria, the military alliance itself has so far been reluctant to join in.