Published: Sat, November 11, 2017
Global | By Shelia Dennis

Duterte says he has killed someone at 16

Duterte says he has killed someone at 16

Putin said that "weapons are important" but Duterte's "readiness.to fight the threat of terrorism" is even more significant.

The investigator added that Mr Duterte's war on drugs was creating a "climate of fear and insecurity, feeding impunity, and undermining the constitutional fabrics of the country".

"I will slap her in front of you", he said, referring to Callamard by name.

"Trump's explicit eagerness to meet with the architect of a killing campaign that has resulted in the deaths of more than 12,000 men, women and children over the past 16 months is more than a grievous insult to injury for family members of victims", Kine said. "Because you are insulting me".

The Philippines enjoys major non-NATO U.S. ally status, but Duterte past year threatened to sever defense ties with Washington following criticism from former U.S. President Barack Obama's administration over his crackdown on drugs, which has seen police kill thousands of people.

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Asked whether he has plans to visit the U.S. now that Trump, with whom he has "warm rapport" with, Duterte said he still has not changed his mind about going to the US.

Since the start of Mr Duterte's clampdown, Philippine police have reported killing more than 3,900 "drug personalities" and claim that another 2,290 died in unsolved "drug-related" killings. At the age of 16, I already killed someone - a real person, a rumble, a stabbing.

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has admitted stabbing someone to death when he was a teenager.

Mr Duterte is due to hold bilateral talks with US President Donald Trump in the Philippines in the coming days - the first meeting between the pair.

"Do not just look at the figures of those who died.You mean to say that all of them died in [an] extrajudicial way?"

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Well, given Trump's apparent fondness for world dictators, it doesn't seem Trump will likely be bothered by not getting to discuss the topic with Duterte - after all, the US commander-in-chief has praised Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi, who is accused of sanctioning the killings of some 800 protesters in a single day, for doing "a fantastic job in a very hard situation". "How much more now that I am president?" he told a local Filipino community in Danang. I was just 16 years old.

His new spokesman, Mr Harry Roque, indicated that may be the case with his stab-to-death claim.

Trump has shown no interest in criticizing the drug war - in an April phone call with Duterte, he reportedly congratulated him for doing an "unbelievable job on the drug problem".

Duterte told reporters on Wednesday that he would ask Chinese President Xi Jinping about South China Sea issues.

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