An overwhelming majority of 98 percent of Filipinos want drug suspects to be captured alive, according to the latest survey of Social Weather Stations (SWS) said.
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Soliitor General Jose Calida has asked the Supreme Court (SC) to no longer seek the list and the details of the 3,806 persons killed during police anti-drug operations from July 1 up to November 30 of 2017.
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A US-based non-profit named President Rodrigo Duterte the Person of the Year for doing “the most in the world to advance organized criminal activity and corruption.”
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Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque sees nothing wrong with how the Philippine National Police conducted anti-drug operations, even if its “Oplan Tokhang” has been blamed for the rise in killings of suspected criminals.
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The steep plunge in his ratings has apparently made President Rodrigo Duterte come to his senses.
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Malacañang has belied critics' claim that President Rodrigo Duterte has lost control over his policemen with regard to the conduct of anti-drug operations.
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President Rodrigo Duterte has strict orders for the police to act swiftly and decisively when faced with a threatening drug suspect in their anti-drug operations.
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President Rodrigo Duterte isn't ready just yet to resume the Philippine National Police's anti-drug operations-- not until he's sure only trustworthy cops will be involved.
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There’s no barring President Rodrigo Duterte from calling on the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) to take part in the anti-drug operations of the administration, Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III said Monday (Feb. 6).
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President Rodrigo Duterte on Friday (Feb. 3) lashed out at human rights watchdog Amnesty International for claiming in a report that police were paid as much as P15,000 for killing drug suspects.
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Although allegations of police abuse in the war against illegal drugs have been swirling for some time, it took the death of a Korean businessman Jee Ick Joo for President Rodrigo Duterte to order cops out of anti-drug operations because…
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In what could be a twist of irony, the "zero killings" immediately after the Philippine National Police suspended its anti-drug operations and focused on internal cleansing may have raised new questions.