Was Teen’s Killing a Turning Point in Philippine Drug War?

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The government of President Rodrigo Duterte disbanded an entire city’s police force over the alleged execution of a teenager and threatened to declare martial law nationwide in response to increasing political pressure over the Philippine leader’s deadly war on drugs, reports the Wall Street Journal. The police department in Caloocan—part of metropolitan Manila—with more than 1,000 staff . . .

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