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Fight against drugs and crime aims to protect law-abiding people, Philippines tells UN
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Friday, 22 September 2017
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The Philippines’ battle against corruption, crime and illegal drugs seeks to protect the human rights of peaceful law-abiding people, the country’s top foreign affairs official said today at the United Nations General Assembly.

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