Rodrigo Duterte has been sworn in as president of the Philippines. The former mayor of Davao City has vowed to eradicate crime – warning of a bloody presidency to come.
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.
The Commission on Human Rights has clashed with President Rodrigo Duterte over his bloody war on drugs. Lawmakers supported the move to reduce the Commission's budget to virtually zero.
Anti-drug squads in the Philippines have executed 32 people in 24 hours, marking the bloodiest day in the country's "war on drugs." Duterte praised the killings, calling on the police to kill "another 32 everyday."
President Rodrigo Duterte’s son, Paolo Duterte, faces the Senate and denies allegations that he is involved in drug smuggling. The case captivates the nation in the midst of a brutal war on drugs. Ana P. Santos reports.
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