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A Quantico-trained police chief says no to Duterte’s call to kill drug suspects.
Demonizing drug use will raise the rates of HIV, tuberculosis and hepatitis, experts said.
The effort included a campaign targeting hackers in North Korea’s military spy agency.
“We have lines of communications to Pyongyang. We’re not in a dark situation,” secretary of state said.
The incendiary language from Pyongyang is just the usual anti-Americanism, analysts say.
Experts say extending the measure to include the country is basically meaningless.
The former Trump strategist likes to talk about the prospect of economic war while at home, but he reportedly struck a more conciliatory tone in a closed-door Hong Kong speech.
The U.S. and its allies pushed for a full embargo.
Faced with accusations of out-of-control killings of minors in its war on drugs, the Philippine government accuses shadowy anti-government forces.
President discounts talks as China suggests it will cooperate on some new U.N. sanctions.