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Philippines' anti-drug campaign: Fear and love co-exist at this slum at epicentre of President Rodrigo Duterte's crackdown
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Philippines' anti-drug campaign: Fear and love co-exist at this slum at epicentre of President Rodrigo Duterte's crackdown

Market Three, which has a reputation in the Philippines capital as a lair for drug dealers and hit men willing to kill someone for $100.

Rohingya girls sold into forced labour in Bangaldesh, form largest group of trafficking victims, says UN migration agency
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Rohingya girls sold into forced labour in Bangaldesh, form largest group of trafficking victims, says UN migration agency

The number of Rohingya refugees has reached nearly one million, with young girls sold into forced labour in Bangladesh accounting for the largest group of trafficking victims, according to a UN agency.

India among 21 countries Donald Trump identifies as ‘major’ hubs of illegal production, transit of drugs
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India among 21 countries Donald Trump identifies as ‘major’ hubs of illegal production, transit of drugs

US President Donald Trump has identified India along with 21 other countries as among the major illicit drug producing or transit nations.

Philippines mayor shot dead outside govt office; 12th official to be killed since the start of country's anti-drug campaign
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Philippines mayor shot dead outside govt office; 12th official to be killed since the start of country's anti-drug campaign

Nueva Ecija Mayor became the 12th elected local official murdered since President Rodrigo Duterte unleashed a deadly anti-narcotics campaign.

Destitute Rohingya refugees turn to drug trade; fuel influx of illegal substances into Bangladesh
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Destitute Rohingya refugees turn to drug trade; fuel influx of illegal substances into Bangladesh

On a messy bed in a hut within the Kutupalong refugee camp, Cox’s Bazar, sits Munira, 30, with her two children. Munira is a Rohingya refugee; she has also acted as a drug carrier on three different occasions over the past few months.