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Disturbing Reports Flood Twitter as ISIS-Linked Group Storms Philippine City

The world seems to be spinning out of control.

At least that’s how it appears to be in the wake of a terrorist attack that left 29 dead at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England Monday.

Early Tuesday, Twitter was flooded with reports that ISIS was ceasing control of a city in the Philippines.

The Islamic city of Marawi, located in the Philippines, is under attack by ISIS militants reportedly blocking streets and rounding up women and children.

Hospitals, homes and schools were targets of attacks according to numerous reports:

People on Twitter also claimed that ISIS militants were able to release inmates from jails:

The Philippine military is said to be engaged and people who are able to flee the city are urged to do so, as they prepare to launch an assault against the terrorists. Panic spread across the city, and across social media as reports came in fast.

“The Independent” reported on the battle as one between Philippine soldiers against “ISIS-linked gunmen.”

Meanwhile, “CNN Philippines” headline referred to a clash between “government forces and Maute group.”

The Maute group is reported to be linked to ISIS, and most reports coming in are now referring to the attack as an ISIS takeover.

A woman with a Twitter account from Pagadian, Philippines launched a chilling string of tweets including a text she said was from a friend:

As news of Marawi hit the internet so did news of a hospital explosion in Bangkok, injuring 24.