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Ex-official: Duterte photographed with drug-linked Chinese

FOXNews.com Monday, 25 March 2019
A former senior Philippine police official says President Rodrigo Duterte has been photographed with two Chinese men involved in illegal drugs and sent a report to warn him about the two.
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