Soaring death tolls, broken families and overcrowded jail: a close-up view of Duterte’s war on drugs

October 21, 2016

Since Rodrigo Duterte became president of the Philippines on June 30, over 3,600 people have died in drug-related killings. The SCMP travelled to the Philippines to witness Duterte’s drug war at the ground level.

 

(Photo: AFP)

 

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Nothing new about US media. It smears people not bowing to the US. I think the US is the most rotten country it doesn't reserve the right to criticise any country. The US simply has not credibility!
Nothing new about US media. It smears people not bowing to the US. I think the US is the most rotten country it doesn't reserve the right to criticise any country. The US simply has not credibility!

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