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A protester displays a mock target with an image of an alleged victim of extrajudicial killings during a rally in Manila, Philippines, Dec. 10, 2017 (AP photo by Bullit Marquez).

Duterte’s Drug War Has Killed Thousands. Now the Victims’ Families Are Pushing Back

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

CALOOCAN, Philippines—The battlefield of this war looks like any other bustling urban district in the Philippines.

The sidewalks are crammed with street vendors selling everything from food to underwear. Pedestrians zigzag through the roads, avoiding motorized rickshaws known as tricycles and careening jeepneys, the colorful converted jeeps that are the country’s most common form of public transportation. The air is thick with smog and heavy with the sound of blaring horns and screeching tires. ...

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