Davao mayor Rodrigo Duterte is set win the Philippine presidential election, with two of his closest rivals having conceding defeat. Duterte's brash rhetoric has drawn comparisons with US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has said he will eject EU ambassadors out of Manila if it turns out they are demanding his country be kicked out of the UN. EU countries denied any knowledge of the demand.
In a DW interview, the vice president of the Philippines talks about working with a mercurial leader, President Duterte, extrajudicial killings and being openly challenged by the son of an ex-dictator who wants her post.
Human rights activists and family members of the victims of drug-related killings have expressed outrage and disappointment at Manila's denial of any wrongdoing in President Duterte's drug war. Ana P. Santos reports.
Tired of authoritarianism and drug war, young Filipinos are using social media to organize mass protests. They fear their country is heading toward a dictatorship under President Rodrigo Duterte. Ana P. Santos reports.
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