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Philippine rights chief ready to work with ICC in Duterte probe

The Philippine human rights chief said Saturday that his agency was ready to work with the International Criminal Court as it investigates the thousands of killings carried out in President Rodrigo Duterte's anti-drug war. Jose Luis Gascon, chief of the Commission on Human Rights, also urged the police and justice ministry to cooperate with the ICC in its "preliminary examination" into whether Duterte has committed a crime against humanity in conducting his brutal crackdown on drugs.
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