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Philippine police kill 25 more after Duterte's call for dozens of deaths a day

SBS Thursday, 17 August 2017
Police in the Philippine capital shot dead 25 drug suspects in another round of anti-drug raids, authorities said Thursday, as they followed President Rodrigo Duterte's call for dozens of deaths a day.
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32 people have been killed in police operations in a province to the north of Manila, in what is the bloodiest day yet in Philippines President Duterte's war on drugs. David Doyle reports.

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