Trip to Asia 'tremendously successful'

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President Rodrigo Duterte did not attend a meeting between the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the United Nations due to a conflict of schedule, the Department of Foreign Affairs said Tuesday.

"We've made a lot of big progress on trade", said Mr. Trump, pointing to business deals forged between USA and foreign companies.

She said: "The conversation focused on ISIS, illegal drugs and trade". But, the White House admitted, there was only a brief reference to human rights during the closed-door talks.

Mr Duterte, who has spoken highly of Mr Trump, said last week he would tell the USA president to "lay off" if he were to raise accusations of rights violations.

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A joint statement says the two leaders "underscored that human rights and the dignity of human life are essential". He said there had been a "rather lengthy discussion of the Philippine war on drugs".

Duterte sang a duet of the song "Ikaw" with singer Pilita Corrales during Sunday night's gala dinner at the summit in Manila.

US President Donald Trump and Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte during a bilateral meeting at the Philippine International Convention Center in Pasay City on November 13, 2017. But while Trump made rhetorical waves during his first visit to the region as president, questions about how much he actually achieved continue to linger.

Modi says Trump "has expressed a very high opinion of India" in his travels.

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President Donald Trump is wrapping up his extensive trip to Asia with an worldwide summit and one-on-one meetings with global partners, including his Philippine host who is overseeing a bloody drug war.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will tell the Philippine president there have been too many killings in his war against drugs. He has encouraged citizens in Philippines to bring drug peddlers to justice in the country as part of his crackdown on suspected drug dealers and users.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson would attend Tuesday's summit in his place, a senior White House official said, adding the event was running too late. Analysts on the Korean Peninsula said Mr. Trump succeeded in lowering tensions while showing firm resolve in his demand to denuclearize North Korea.

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