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For now, U.S. tries to ignore Philippine president's broadsides

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. officials are doing their best to ignore Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's hostile rhetoric and taking comfort in the fact that he has yet to translate his words into less military cooperation.
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