News24.com | Duterte slammed over threat to shoot rebels in the genitals

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2018.02.13. 21:40
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Human rights groups say the Philippine president's remarks about troops shooting female communist rebels in the genitals to render them "useless" can encourage sexual violence and war crimes.



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