Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte swept into office earlier this year with bombastic promises to declare war on the drug dealers and users who he said were blighting his country.

And thus far, he has delivered: Since he took office on June 30, about 2,400 people have been slain in drug-related killings.

Between July 1 and August 20, about 900 people were killed in police operations, with another 1,100 people killed in incidents unrelated to police operations.

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