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Duterte Says The Philippines Is Leaving International Criminal Court

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Duterte Says The Philippines Is Leaving International Criminal Court

Duterte Says The Philippines Is Leaving International Criminal Court

The ICC recently started looking into killings related to Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's ruthless crackdown on drugs.

Now he wants out.

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