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Philippine police lower death toll in drugs war to below 2,300

MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine police have said nearly 2,300 people have died in President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs since July, down from an earlier estimate of 3,600, after investigations into the near-daily killings.
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