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Church leaders in the Philippines warned of more killings after the national police announced it is relaunching the government's controversial anti-narcotics war.
The bells, which will be run nightly in Manila beginning Sept. 14, are meant to call attention to the as many as 13,000 people who have died under President Rodrigo Duterte's crackdown on drugs.
Clergy, academics, lawyers, journalists and artists launched a broad coalition against the "autocratic rule" of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte.
I grew up in the Middle East and keenly observed Mideast politics. The U.S. always contrasted with some of the area's unsavory regimes. Yet now, some unsettling parallels have emerged.