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Philippines' Duterte will not cooperate with ICC 'war on drugs' probe

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President Rodrigo Duterte will not cooperate with the International Criminal Court's probe into the Philippines' drug war, his lawyer said Thursday, after its judges found the crackdown could be a crime against humanity.

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