Philippine president says he once stabbed a person to death

"Do not worry.' But as Chairman, I made it a tunnel for the communications to be active", Duterte said.

Police have reported killing almost 4,000 in his anti-drug war, and many thousands of murders remain unexplained, but Duterte insists he is not responsible for any unlawful deaths.

The students also called on Duterte to reverse all previously signed US-Philippines treaties and end the neoliberal policies they claim resulted in socio-economic and political problems.

"Let's have a summit of how we can protect human rights for all human race", Duterte said shortly after meeting with the Filipino community in Vietnam, where he also renewed his attacks against United Nations human rights expert Agnes Callamard.

"I want to pass on words of thanks from the Philippine people for the timely aid that Russian Federation provided by giving us trucks and weapons", Duterte said on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation leaders' summit, according to Rappler.

Duterte said he sees a very bright future for the relationship between the Philippines and China.

"And he will come through loud and clear", the official said, adding the U.S. president "will be talking specifically about the importance of navigation and expressing concern about the militarization of features in the South China Sea". "How much more now that I am president?"

Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir to visit Uganda next week
They also held a meeting with respective Ministries and stakeholders to discuss ways of improving the Coffee trade with Sudan. And during Bashir's visit, a Uganda- Sudan business forum will be held.

Putin, in his first meeting with Duterte on the sideline of the AELM, promised to back the country's combat against terrorism.

Last year, he was reported to have branded then-U.S. president Barack Obama a "son of a wh**e" over criticism of extrajudicial killings in the Philippines, although he later said the curse was targeted at a reporter.

"Duterte will enjoy the gift of tacit silence from East Asian leaders on his murderous drug war during the upcoming summit", Human Rights Watch deputy Asia director Phelim Kine told AFP.

Duterte seemed confident he had Trump's backing for his deadly war on drugs.

The firebrand leader consistently generates headlines for his abusive language and incendiary comments defending the drug war.

They also say it has uncomfortable similarities with Nazi leader Adolf Hitler's salute.

"During the campaign, I was asked, how would you deal with terrorists and drugs? You have all the rights of the safe passage.' And that will also be applicable to all countries", Duterte said, recalling his conversation with Xi. "World summit on human rights".

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