New phase of Duterte’s anti-drug war leaves 28 dead

New phase of Duterte's anti-drug war leaves 28 dead MANILA – Since the Philippines resumed its war against drugs 10 days ago with the promise that it would be less aggressive, 28 alleged drug addicts and drug traffickers have been killed in clashes with the police. The victims were shot dead by officers

Latin American Herald Tribune

Let UN rapporteur probe deaths – Germany

A German human rights official has called on President Rodrigo Duterte to finally allow the visit of a United Nations special rapporteur to investigate extrajudicial executions in connection with the government’s “war on drugs” that had allegedly

The Manila Times

Germany joins clamor vs bloody war on drugs

Germany joined a growing list of countries and groups expressing concern over the antidrug campaign of the Philippine government which, to the international community, was focused on putting offenders to death instead of instituting massive reforms

Inquirer.net

Between Duterte and a death squad, a Philippine mayor fights drug-war violence

MANILA (Reuters) – In the past eight months, a death squad known as the Bonnet Gang has gunned down more than 60 drug suspects in the Philippine town of Pateros. Mayor Ike Ponce has had enough. He has put up banners across Pateros, in the …

Investing.com

New phase of Duterte’s anti-drug war leaves 28 dead

MANILA: Since the Philippines resumed its war against drugs 10 days ago with a promise of less aggression, 28 alleged drug addicts and drug traffickers have been killed in clashes with the police, media reports said. The victims were shot dead by

The New Indian Express

Int’l groups continue to protest Duterte’s drug war

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines) — International groups continue to lobby against President Rodrigo Duterte’s bloody drug war, amid government officials’ call for an end to foreign interference. Human rights group Amnesty International (AI) on Friday

CNN Philippines