Dilapidated buildings seen in war-torn areas of Marawi City. File photo: ReutersDilapidated buildings seen in war-torn areas of Marawi City. File photo: Reuters
Dilapidated buildings seen in war-torn areas of Marawi City. File photo: Reuters

Omar Maute’s widow, thought to control millions in cash and cryptocurrency, freed from Philippine jail

  • Minhati Madrais’ late husband was Omar Maute of the pro-Isis Maute Group, which in May 2017 laid siege to Marawi in Mindanao
  • The Indonesian widow is believed to have many contacts in the region, and her release may revive the Maute Group’s finances, according to a terror expert

Topic |   The Philippines
Dilapidated buildings seen in war-torn areas of Marawi City. File photo: ReutersDilapidated buildings seen in war-torn areas of Marawi City. File photo: Reuters
Dilapidated buildings seen in war-torn areas of Marawi City. File photo: Reuters
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