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Protesters use their smartphones as part of an activity during a rally at Manila's Rizal Park, Philippines Friday Nov. 25, 2016 against the hasty burial of Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos in a heroes' cemetery. Thousands of Filipinos, including more than a dozen nude students, have protested the hasty burial of Marcos in a heroes' cemetery in a growing political storm that's lashing Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte who allowed the entombment. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)

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Protesters use their smartphones as part of an activity during a rally at Manila’s Rizal Park, Philippines against the hasty burial of Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos in a heroes’ cemetery. Photo Aaron Favila/AP 

 A Filipino fire victim climbs a burnt electric post following a fire that broke out before dawn on All Souls Day in Las Pinas city, south of Manila, Philippines

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A Filipino fire victim climbs a burnt electric post following a fire that broke out before dawn on All Souls Day in Las Pinas city, south of Manila, Philippines. Photo Francis R. Malasig/EPA

People visit tombs of their loved ones ahead of the commemoration of All Saints day at Navotas Public cemetery in Manila, Philippines, October 31, 2016.   REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

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People visit tombs of their loved ones ahead of the commemoration of All Saints day at Navotas Public cemetery in Manila, Philippines. Photo Damir Sagolj/Reuters

Filipino anti-riot police stand guard during a protest near the US Embassy in Manila, Philippines, 27 October 2016. Hundreds of protesters including Indigenous People, students and militant groups marched towards the US Embassy to protest against the presence of US military troops and condemning the violent dispersal on 19 October which left at least forty people hurt including twenty police officers and three people who were run over by a police van.  EPA/MARK R. CRISTINO

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Filipino anti-riot police stand guard during a protest near the US Embassy in Manila, Philippines. Hundreds of protesters including Indigenous People, students and militant groups marched towards the US Embassy to protest against the presence of US military troops and condemning the violent dispersal on 19 October which left at least forty people hurt including twenty police officers and three people who were run over by a police van. Photo Mark R.Cristino/EPA 

People sleep in open air, on a street in Tondo, Manila, Philippines early October 18, 2016. Local residents from the neighbourhood in Manila's slum of Tondo in which several people were killed in drugs related operations, say there are more people sleeping outside their homes since the beginning of the country's war on drugs fearing for their safety. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

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People sleep in open air, on a street in Tondo, Manila, Philippines. Local residents from the neighbourhood in Manila’s slum of Tondo in which several people were killed in drugs related operations, say there are more people sleeping outside their homes since the beginning of the country’s war on drugs fearing for their safety. Photo Damir Sagolj/Reuters 

A view of an overcrowded prison cell where inmates take turns to sleep on any available spaces at Quezon City Jail, one of the country's most congested jails, Quezon City, Philippines, 17 October 2016. Following the intensified drive of President Rodrigo Duterte's war against criminality, arrested drug suspects are jockeying for space inside jampacked prison cells. Quezon City Jail is designed to hold only 800 inmates but it is now packed with nearly 4,000. Duterte on his speach before his state visit to Beijing expressed gratitude to China for helping the Philippines on building rehabilitation facilities for drug addicts.  EPA/FRANCIS R. MALASIG

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A view of an overcrowded prison cell where inmates take turns to sleep on any available spaces at Quezon City Jail, one of the country’s most congested jails, Quezon City, Philippines. Following the intensified drive of President Rodrigo Duterte’s war against criminality, arrested drug suspects are jockeying for space inside the prison cells. Photo Francis R Malasig/EPA

A woman grieves as a family member was shot by unknown assianlants on a street on October 10, 2016 in Manila, Philippines. The Duterte administration shifted to the next phase on its war on drugs after the first 100 days of President Rodrigo Duterte as over 3,700 people have been killed while more than 700,000 drug dependents surrendered to authorities. According to reports, Duterte received an "excellent" rating for his war on drugs during a recent opinion, with 84 percent of Filipinos respondents said they are satisfied with the drug crackdown.  (Photo by Dondi Tawatao/Getty Images)

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A woman grieves as a family member was shot by unknown assailants on a street on in Manila, Philippines. Dondi Tawatao/Getty

Heavy rain pours as the body of a man killed by unidentified gunmen riding motorcycles is left in a narrow alley in Manila, Philippines early October 11, 2016. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj TEMPLATE OUT

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Heavy rain pours as the body of a man killed by unidentified gunmen riding motorcycles is left in a narrow alley in Manila, Philippines. Photo Damir Sagolj/Reuters 

Armed security forces take a part in a drug raid, in Manila, Philippines,

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Armed security forces take a part in a drug raid, in Manila, Philippines. Photo Damir Sagolj/Reuters 

An artwork featuring the image of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte with the letters D U and the number 3, a word play on the President's surname "DU30", is seen on a rice paddy in Los Banos city, Laguna province, south of Manila October 6, 2016. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco

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An artwork featuring the image of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte with the letters D U and the number 3, a word play on the President’s surname “DU30″, is seen on a rice paddy in Los Banos city, Laguna province, south of Manila. Photo Romeo Ranoco/Reuters

olicemen inspect the body of a man, with tape wrapped around his head and feet, who police said was a victim of drug related vigilante execution in Manila, Philippines September 21, 2016. The cardboard found near his body reads: "Kage Lao, drug lord from Mindanao. You are next".

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Policemen inspect the body of a man, with tape wrapped around his head and feet, who police said was a victim of drug related vigilante execution in Manila, Philippines

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte salutes as he reviews the troops during his "Talk with the Airmen" on the anniversary of the 250th Presidential Airlift Wing Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016 at the Philippine Air Force headquarters in suburban Pasay city, southeast of Manila, Philippines. On Monday, President Duterte, in his first public statement opposing the presence of American troops, said he wants U.S. forces out of his country's south and blamed America for inflaming Muslim insurgencies in the region. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)

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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte salutes as he reviews the troops during his “Talk with the Airmen” on the anniversary of the 250th Presidential Airlift Wingat at the Philippine Air Force headquarters in suburban Pasay city Philippines 

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A Filipino girl is carried along a flooded road in suburban Mandaluyong, east of Manila, Philippines, as monsoon downpours intensify while Typhoon Nepartak exits the country on Friday.

epa05387047 Filipino army soldiers parade during Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin's (unseen) visit to a military camp in Taguig city, south of Manila, Philippines, 24 June 2016. According to defense secretary Voltaire Gazmin, the armed forces of the Philippines continue pursuing the Abu Sayyaf in southern Philippines as the terrorist group abducted anew seven Indonesian sailors. The Islamist Abu Sayyaf group released Filipino hostage Marites Flor, western Mindanao command spokesman Filemon Tan said.  EPA/EUGENIO LORETO

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Filipino army soldiers parade during Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin’s (unseen) visit to a military camp in Taguig city, south of Manila, Philippines

Motorists are pictured behind a glass during rush hours along Ayala Avenue in Manila's financial district Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines June 21, 2016. REUTERS/Erik De Castro

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Motorists during rush hour along Ayala Avenue in Manila’s financial district Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines

A man sleeps amidst rubbish under a bridge in Paranaque city, Metro Manila...A man sleeps amidst rubbish under a bridge in Paranaque city, Metro Manila, Philippines May 31, 2016. REUTERS/Ezra Acayan

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A man sleeps amidst rubbish under a bridge in Paranaque city, Manila

Philippine Military Academy graduation ceremony

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Filipino cadets marching during the graduation rites of the elite Philippine Military Academy (PMA), in the northern resort city of Baguio, Philippines.

nformal settlers clash with police during a demolition...epa05202233 An informal settler throws a bottle at riot police during a demolition in Quezon City, northeast of Manila, Philippines, 09 March 2016. According to Sheriff Bienvenido Reyes Jr. of the Quezon City Regional Trial Court Branch 98, a court ordered the demolition of some 80 homes in a 2,000-square meter private property. Informal settlers called for the suspension of the demolition job until they are provided with a decent relocation site.  EPA/MARK R. CRISTINO

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An informal settler throws a bottle at riot police during a demolition in Quezon City, northeast of Manila, Philippines

A resident walks with an umbrella past Alabang Town Center, an upscale mall in Ayala Alabang Village, in Alabang, Metro Manila...A resident walks with an umbrella past Alabang Town Center, an upscale mall in Ayala Alabang Village, in Alabang, Metro Manila, Philippines February 17, 2016.

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A resident walks with an umbrella past Alabang Town Center, an upscale mall in Ayala Alabang Village, in Alabang, Metro Manila, Philippines

A resident walks amongst debris of destroyed houses after a fire razed a residential area in Manila on Friday. Almost 300 houses were destroyed on January 22, affecting more than 400 families according to the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP)

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A resident walks amongst debris of destroyed houses after a fire razed a residential area in Manila on Friday