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Relations between Washington and Manila deteriorate further over Duterte's policies. (Newsweek, 01.11.2016)
http://europe.newsweek.com/us-cancels-assault-rifle-sale-philippines-protest-duterte-drug-war-515624

Officials in Manila say data being used to support President Duterte’s anti-drug campaign is flawed. (Reuters Investigates, 18.10.2016)

http://www.reuters.com/investigates/special-report/philippines-duterte-data/

Former Philippine justice secretary Leila de Lima said Duterte's campaign inspired lawlessness. (Newsweek, 24.10.2016)

http://europe.newsweek.com/philippine-senator-calls-icc-investigate-dutertes-war-drugs-512983 

Seit Juni sind unter Präsident Rodrigo Duterte mehr als 3.500 Dealer und Süchtige getötet worden. 76 Prozent der Bevölkerung stehen hinter der Politik. (taz.de, 20.10.2016)

https://www.taz.de/Drogenpolitik-auf-den-Philippinen/!5349433/ 

International court prosecutor says she is deeply concerned in statement apparently aimed at President Rodrigo Duterte. (The Guardian, 14.10.2016)

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/oct/14/philippines-drug-crackdown-warning-icc-rodrigo-duterte

In an exclusive interview, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte discusses his war on drugs and foreign policy. (al Jazeera, 16.10.2016, Video, 23:08)

 http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/talktojazeera/2016/10/exclusive-rodrigo-duterte-war-drugs-161015100325799.html 

A glimpse inside the police operations sweeping the Philippines as part of President Duterte's war on drugs. (al Jazeera, 06.10.2016)

http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/inpictures/2016/10/philippines-drug-raids-prisons-161003082434273.html

Over the past months, thousands of people who use drugs and people suspected of using and/or selling drugs have been killed in the Philippines. The Filipino President, Rodrigo Duterte, is responsible: he has repeatedly encouraged the police and the general public to murder people suspected of being drug users and/or of dealing drugs. As a result, people who use drugs no longer have the right to life in the Philippines. (INPUD, UK, September 2016)

http://www.inpud.net/en/global-week-action-crisis-people-who-use-drugs-philippines 

Ronald dela Rosa says: ‘Why don’t you give them a visit, pour gasoline on their homes and set these on fire?’ (The Guardian, 26.08.2016)

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/aug/26/philippines-police-chief-echoes-presidents-call-to-kill-drug-traffickers

(...) the Philippines' dark underbelly of police raids, dealers and assassins through the story of one woman trapped in a chilling predicament. (BBC, 26.08.2016, Video, 03:18)

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-37172002

In den Städten der Philippinen sind Armut und Kriminalität ein Problem. Der Staat führt deswegen einen zweifelhaften Antidrogenkrieg. (zeit.de, 08.09.2016)

http://www.zeit.de/politik/ausland/2016-09/philippinen-drogen-menschenrechte-justiz-rodrigo-duterte-fs 

Peru's government will once again implement a militarized security strategy for the coca-producing VRAEM region, a policy which will could lead to increased confrontations between authorities and the Shining Path guerrilla group. (insightcrime.org, 11.10.2016)

http://www.insightcrime.org/news-briefs/peru-renews-military-operations-in-vraem-coca-hub

Salahuddin – On Wednesday Iraqi security forces burned a 16 thousand square meter field planted with opium poppies belonging to ISIS gangs near Sharqat district in Salahuddin province. (IraqiNews.com, 05.10.2016)

http://www.iraqinews.com/iraq-war/iraqi-forces-burn-land-belong-isis-planted-opium-poppies/