Militants in the Philippines: President's martial law order is Déjà vu for some expats
Reports say Islamist militants have burned buildings, taken hostages and even raised black ISIS-style flags on the country's southern island.
Recent attacks in the Philipines have led the country's president, Rodrigo Duterte, to declare martial law.
Around 100 Islamist militants swept through a southern city Tuesday. Media reports say they've burned buildings, taken hostages and even raised black ISIS-style flags.
As the situation continues to develop, Take Two got some local perspective from James Zarsadiaz, assistant professor of history and director of the Philippine Studies program at the University of San Francisco.
Press the blue play button above to hear the full interview.