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.
President Rodrigo Duterte's murderous war on drugs has cost thousands of lives. After the killings of two local mayors, a ruthless police chief has made his name as a willing enforcer, Florian Neuhof reports.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte wants him behind bars, but Senator Antonio Trillanes is resisting arrest by taking refuge in his Senate office. In a DW interview, the senator accuses Duterte of being a dictator.
Clarita Alia has lost four of her sons to extrajudicial killings in the Philippines. She says many more mothers like her will have to bury their sons as long as Duterte is president. Ana P. Santos reports from Davao.
The brutal murder of agricultural labor activists in the Philippines has exposed bitter social divisions between rich landowners and poor farmers fueled by the government's promotion of violence. Ana P. Santos reports.
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