Rights group calls Duterte's drug war crime against humanity

Butch Olano, Amnesty International Section Director in the Philippines, left, and Nicholas Bequelin, Regional Director for East and Southeast Asia, hold a copy of the Amnesty's report during a tele-news conference in Manila, Philippines Monday, July 8, 2019. Amnesty International has urgently called for international pressure and an immediate U.N. investigation to help end what it says are possible crimes against humanity in the Philippine president's bloody anti-drug crackdown.

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