About 600 thousand people surrendered to Philippine authorities from the beginning of July a large-scale police campaign against drug trafficking, in order not to be killed in police raids. This is with reference to law enforcement agencies will write off the American newspaper The New York Times.
“Almost 600 thousand people suspected of drug trafficking, surrendered to avoid death,” says the source.
Anti-drug campaign was launched in the Philippines after the inauguration of new President Rodrigo Duterte.
As told in the police since July in the country killed 1800 of suspected links with drug trafficking, of which only 712 of them by security forces.
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