Traces of War

Three decades have passed, bloody wars have been waged, lives and properties were lost and yet the Moro struggle to establish a separate bangsa (nation) is far from over. At the end of a gruesome and tiring war, what remains to be seen are the wounds that would never heal, things lost and broken, and lives gone forever.

Ten years after the All-out War, Ruby Thursday More travels to Central Mindanao to document the “traces of war” left by the protracted conflict between government troops and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front.

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