Thursday, 14 November 2019

A Philippine Army member inspects the damage inside a church after a bombing attack in Jolo, Sulu province, Philippines January 27, 2019. The Philippines vowed to destroy those behind twin bombings that killed 20 people during a Sunday church service. Armed Forces Of The Philippines - Western Mindanao Command/Handout via REUTERS

Members of the Philippine Red Cross attend to a casualty inside a church after a bombing attack in Jolo, Philippines January 27, 2019 in this image obtained from social media. Date stamp and blurring created at source. The attack wounded more than 100 people and was one of the deadliest in recent years in a region long plagued by instability. Philippine Red Cross via REUTERS

Victims are covered after an explosion in Jolo Cathedral, in Jolo, Sulu province, Philippines January 27, 2019. Police are investigating but suspect it was the work of Abu Sayyaf, a domestic militant group that has pledged allegiance to Islamic State and is notorious for its bombings and brutality. Armed Forces of the Philippines - Western Mindanao Command/Handout via REUTERS

A Philippine Army member walks inside a church after a bombing attack in Jolo, Sulu province, Philippines January 27, 2019. Armed Forces of the Philippines - Western Mindanao Command/Handout via REUTERS

Debris lies scattered after a church bombing attack in Jolo, Sulu province, Philippines January 27, 2019. Armed Forces of the Philippines - Western Mindanao Command/Handout via REUTERS

Soldiers walk beside victims after an explosion in Jolo Cathedral, in Jolo, Sulu province, Philippines January 27, 2019. Armed Forces of the Philippines - Western Mindanao Command/Handout via REUTERS