Russia, China support Philippines in fighting terrorism, drugs - President Duterte

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He said he stabbed the person "just over a look".

The firebrand leader also reiterated his previous threat to slap United Nations human rights expert Agnes Callamard if she investigates him for thousands of deaths linked to his government's brutal crackdown on drug suspects.

Duterte later on admitted he only wanted to avoid any encounter with then U.S. president Barack Obama, who was critical of his controversial war on drugs.

"At the age of 16, I had already killed someone".

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President Rodrigo Duterte has so much hope in micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in the Philippines that he vowed on Sunday, November 12, to pour billions of pesos into funding for them. "I will not, for the life of me, renege on that promise because I won on the basis of those promises", Duterte said. "The US President's willingness to challenge the appalling record of President Duterte's "war on drugs" is a crucial test of his administration's commitment to upholding and defending human rights".

Shortly after those remarks, Duterte proposed hosting an global human rights summit in the Philippines, saying countries like the U.S., France and Russian Federation needed to be investigated for violating human rights.

"The President was not able to attend the gala dinner because of two things - he is attending to urgent ASEAN hosting matters, and he is supervising and coordinating safe recovery of Vietnamese captives of the Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG)", Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque said.

Since Duterte took office 16 months ago, police say they have killed 3,967 people in the crackdown on illegal drugs.

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Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke separately about the territorial rifts ahead of the ASEAN, East Asia summits and related meetings here with the US, China and other global players where the disputes are expected to get the spotlight, along with North Korea's nuclear threat and terrorism.

"(They) should deny the architect of this human rights calamity the worldwide recognition he undeservedly craves".

The Philippine leader praised the caliber of "high-precision" Russian weapons and their use in a new type of warfare involving snipers and fights that would take place "house-by-house" in Marawi City.

Mr Duterte has encouraged extrajudicial killings of those involved in the drugs trade, and said he would "be happy to slaughter" three million drug addicts in the country.

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"Human rights, son of a b***h", he said at the time.

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