Philippine National Police

Philippine police say the death toll from Typhoon Mangkhut has climbed to 64.
An intimate portrait of how a secretive anti-drug unit mobilized and killed - then vanished to await new orders.
Since taking office last summer, the authoritarian president's violent war against drug dealers and users has left at least 7,000 people dead.
“Let’s kill another 32 every day. Maybe we can reduce what ails this country.”
At least 7,000 people are dead and martial law has been declared in one region of the country.
The Philippine leader started a "drug war" that has led to thousands of deaths.
"Fight back so you’ll end up dead,” the police chief warned officers.
Things must be pretty bad if a man who endorses and participates in vigilante-style justice and summary executions led by death squads is overwhelmingly elected by the people to do so on a national level.
Since the last of the televised debates among presidential candidates, Duterte has offered no coherent foreign policy, no policy for the domestic economy and job generation, and no form of behavior even closely resembling statesmanship.