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Opposing Duterte's brutal War on Drugs in the Philippines

Image: Flickr/VOCAL-NY

Labour updates from the Asia Pacific region.

Interview with Catherine Scerri, spokesperson from the Network Against Killings in the Philippines, on the effects of President Duterte's murderous War on Drugs on poor working class communities in the Philippines.

Asia Pacific Currents is a program of Australia Asia Worker Links.

Asia Pacific Currents is produced at 3CR Radio in Melbourne, Australia.

Image: Flickr/VOCAL-NY

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