Philippines protests warn of threat to democracy under Duterte

Thousands of people, including children, have died since Duterte declared his so-called "war on drugs".

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    Protesters in the Philippines have taken to the streets of the capital to mark World Human Rights Day. They say their country is sliding into a dictatorship under President Rodrigo Duterte's rule.

    Thousands of people, including children, have died since Duterte declared his so-called "war on drugs".

    Al Jazeera's Jamela Alindogan reports from Manila.


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