Philippine leader tells troops not to fear civilian deaths

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, center, is shown the way to the crates of Chinese-made assault and sniper rifles as well as more than six million ammunition which were donated by China to the Philippines Wednesday, June 28, 2017 at Clark Airbase in northern Philippines. In the Palace statement, the firearms form "part of the military aid package by China in relation with the emerging threat of terrorism and piracy in southern Philippines." At right is armed forces chief Gen. Eduardo Ano. (





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