Students and activists at the University of the Philippines march in protest against the defense ministry's cancellation of a decades-long pact preventing police and soldiers from entering the campus. Photo: Reuters Students and activists at the University of the Philippines march in protest against the defense ministry's cancellation of a decades-long pact preventing police and soldiers from entering the campus. Photo: Reuters
Students and activists at the University of the Philippines march in protest against the defense ministry's cancellation of a decades-long pact preventing police and soldiers from entering the campus. Photo: Reuters
The Philippines

‘Look at the West Philippine Sea’: Protests flare as Duterte targets ‘state enemies’ at University of the Philippines

  • The university has been painted as a hive of communist agents, and the government said it was ending a pact keeping military and police off campus
  • Senator Risa Hontiveros took a dig at China by saying the government’s focus should be on communist intrusions in the disputed South China Sea

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Students and activists at the University of the Philippines march in protest against the defense ministry's cancellation of a decades-long pact preventing police and soldiers from entering the campus. Photo: Reuters Students and activists at the University of the Philippines march in protest against the defense ministry's cancellation of a decades-long pact preventing police and soldiers from entering the campus. Photo: Reuters
Students and activists at the University of the Philippines march in protest against the defense ministry's cancellation of a decades-long pact preventing police and soldiers from entering the campus. Photo: Reuters
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