Phelim Kine

Human Rights Watch

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Phelim Kine is deputy director of the Asia Division at Human Rights Watch.

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President Rodrigo Duterte Presidential Communications Operations Office 
 Speaking to a group of Filipino workers returning from overseas a year ago, the president of the Philippines,…

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President Rodrigo Duterte Presidential Communications Operations Office Speaking to a group of Filipino workers returning from overseas a year ago, the president of the Philippines,…

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The new President of the Philippines shocked the world once again today by escalating his war-against-drugs rhetoric with a reference to the Holocaust.

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The new President of the Philippines shocked the world once again today by escalating his war-against-drugs rhetoric with a reference to the Holocaust.

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In the Philippines, a new President’s war on drugs has turned a young mother into a killer for hire.

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In the Philippines, a new President’s war on drugs has turned a young mother into a killer for hire.

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