ZAMBOANGA, PHILIPPINES - SEPTEMBER 18:  Military police troops patrol the streets after fighting resumed on September 18, 2013 in Zamboanga, Philippines.  Around 100 have been killed, six of them from the military, three from police and seven civilians, as a stand off between Muslim rebels and state security forces has resumed. The military said the rebels, numbering 30 to 40, are still holding dozens of hostages.  The conflict that displaced around 100,000 people began on September 9, 2013, weeks after Nur Misuari, the leader and founder of the Moro National Liberation Front, declared an independence of Mindanao. His group signed a peace accord with government in 1996. (Photo by Jeoffrey Maitem/Getty Images)