The president of the Philippines has attracted attention for his controversial anti-drug policy. More than 3,600 people in the Philippines have been killed since he began his nationwide war on drug.
A fisherman handed over the drum, containing 25 kilos of cocaine, to officials. Meanwhile, as President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs rages on, his son was forced to resign as a city vice mayor over alleged trafficking.
President Rodrigo Duterte says the anti-drug agency is not equipped to handle the campaign alone. There has been a resurgence in illegal drugs and crimes since the police left the campaign, according to a spokesperson.
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 the face of President Rodrigo Duterte's lethal drug policy to kill users and dealers at the slightest excuse, Philippine society is gradually daring to push back. Florian Neuhof reports from Manila.
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