U.S. State Dept. raises human rights violations in the Philippines amid decision to stop sale of arms

U.S. State Department Spokesman John Kirby reiterates the U.S. government’s concern over alleged extra judicial killings committed under President Rodrigo Duterte’s administration, following its decision to stop the planned sale of some 26,000 assault rifles to the Philippine National Police.

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    7 November 2016 at 11:41 am - Reply

    Sometime America shouldn’t say anything about other country, on how they run their country. That’s why we America is always in the middle of the mess. It’s ok with me if the Philippines president kill all the drug people. America maybe can learn from Philippines how to kill their drugs people.