Islamist rebels in the Philippines are putting child soldiers on the front lines
Since 2002, the US has backed the Philippines in fighting Islamist groups trying to take over tropical islands. Nearly 20 years on, and the rebels are still there, including a group called Abu Sayyaf, which sympathizes with ISIS, and can be just as vicious. Constantly evolving, the group is increasingly recruiting young boys to fight — and girls, too. The World's Patrick Winn reports on the case of a 12-year-old girl indoctrinated by Abu Sayyaf.