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Philippines' Duterte orders rubbish sent back to Canada

BBC News Wednesday, 22 May 2019
Philippines' Duterte orders rubbish sent back to CanadaA spokesman for the president says the Philippines is ready to dump the rubbish off Canada's shores.
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