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Rights group calls for resumption of ICC probe into Philippines’ ’crimes...
The ICC Office of the Prosecutor temporarily suspended its investigative activities in the Philippines on November 18
Duterte says to prepare defense against International Criminal Court probe
ICC judges authorized in September a full-blown investigation into Duterte's anti-narcotics campaign
Philippines’ Duterte defends ‘war on drugs’ before UN General Assembly
"Those found to have acted beyond bounds during operations shall be made accountable before our laws," said Duterte
Priest who documented Philippine killings welcome ICC probe into Duterte’s drug...
The priest said the ICC decision is a “welcome news especially for the families of victims of extrajudicial killings"
International court approves probe into Duterte’s alleged ‘crimes against humanity’
His lawyers said President Duterte will not cooperate with the ICC investigation
Duterte taunts International Criminal Court, saying war on drugs far from...
Duterte taunted the court again, saying he has never denied that he will kill people out to destroy the country
Interfaith church group presses for Duterte’s accountability over ‘war on drugs’...
One Voice says the crimes done to the victims of the "war on drugs" is "a crime that endangers us all"
New ICC prosecutor vows to take ‘stronger cases’ to trial
British barrister Karim Khan faces many challenges at a time of fierce political pressure on the world's permanent war crimes tribunal
Catholic church leaders welcome ICC prosecutor’s move to probe Philippine killings
The religious leaders said an investigation into the killings is “a source of hope that those responsible will be held accountable”
Manila Catholic bishop challenges Duterte to cooperate with ICC probe into...
“If [the Duterte administration] did nothing wrong, the investigation will show," said Bishop Broderick Pabillo of Manila