War on Drugs
"We’ve never had a problem with drugs like we do," said Trump, "it’s never been like it is."
Police are allegedly shooting children “dead at point-blank range as they were begging for mercy."
Officials described Rodrigo Duterte as "overwhelmed" to meet President Donald Trump, who has praised the Philippine leader's war on drugs and ISIS.
The president has said he will quit office if it is proven that any of his family were involved in drug trafficking.
The U.S. has imprisoned record numbers of people, even as the crime rate dropped. Barack Obama made moves to change this, but Sessions is about to undo his work.
Armed, masked men in the mining region set up the vigilante group and formed a roadblock in response to extortion and kidnappings.
Mexico is one of the deadliest countries for journalism at a time when murder rates are at their highest since 2011.
The president has said he will accept investigators only if he gets to debate them, during which he would "humiliate" them and create a "spectacle."
"Here’s the shocker: I will kill you. I will really kill you. And that’s why the rapporteur of the U.N. is here, investigating extrajudicial killing," Duterte said.
The Homeland Security secretary says heroin, cocaine and meth are bigger problems.
The rights group claims Duterte’s drugs war involves extrajudicial executions and falsified evidence.
Police will focus on arresting politicians, military, police, government officials and celebrities.
Those trying to stop the ivory trade can learn from people tackling drugs trafficking.
We live under the illusion that all problems can be dealt with through force.