In the Philippines, the province of Bulacan, near the capital, is paying a high price in the war on drugs, according to a report by Amnesty International.
The province of Bulacan, near the capital of the Philippines (Manila), has become, according to Amnesty International, the "Most bloody field of death" in the war on drugs implemented by the government of President Rodrigo Duterte, note The Philippines Daily Inquirer.
According to the organization, Bulacan is experiencing an increase in the number of people killed in the last year. An increase that, according to the human rights association, could be linked to the transfer of a number of police officers involved in assassinations in the capital.
Poor and marginalized targets
Amnesty International investigated 20 drug cases in Bulacan in which 27 people were killed. The survey indicates that the majority of
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