Approval for President Rodrigo Duterte's drug war slips in Philippines
Wednesday, 19 April 2017 Satisfaction in the Philippines with President Rodrigo Duterte`s war on drugs declined in the first quarter this year, a survey showed on Wednesday, with opinions split about police accounts that the drug suspects they killed had resisted arrest.
A jailed critic of Philippine leader Rodrigo Duterte has praised police, who alleged in a Reuters report that officers received cash for executing drug suspects. She also said an international criminal case should be filed against the president for crimes against humanity. Senator Leila de Lima...
On Wednesday, the Philippines said that it is withdrawing from the International Criminal Court due to what President Rodrigo Duterte called “outrageous” attacks by U.N. officials. Dutuerte has.. Source: Wochit News -
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte ordered police officers in his country not to cooperate with United Nations human rights investigators. He offered a crass warning to those conducting the probe... Source: Wochit News -
Around a thousand Philippine Catholics in Manila marched in protest of President Rodrigo Duterte's bloody war on drugs and his efforts to reinstate the death penalty. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). Source: Reuters Studio -
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte is not pleased. The U.S. Intelligence Community’s report tagged the firebrand leader as a threat to democracy in Southeast Asia. His spokesman said, “We view.. Source: Wochit News -
On Friday, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte told the International Criminal Court in Hague to go ahead and investigate him for crimes against humanity, before going on to say that he would rather.. Source: Wochit News -
On Monday, police in Philippines resumed President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs, making visits to the homes of users and dealers to convince them to surrender. The announcement came as the justice.. Source: Wochit News -