Drug war in PH to continue with 2 more states, more than 5,000 arrests

The Philippine Drug War is continuing, with at least two more states and more than five,000 arrested so far in the ongoing war, a police official told Fox News.

President Rodrigo Duterte announced on Tuesday that the Philippines would not end the drug war until the country is “stable and secure.”

“If it is stable and secure, the country will move on to the next phase,” the Philippine National Police (PNP) said in a statement.

“We are not going to stop fighting until the nation is secure.”

The latest arrest was made by the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) on March 27.

It followed a police raid in the southern city of Camarines Sur on April 1, when police found and arrested 11 people suspected of drug trafficking.

The raid resulted in the deaths of 14 people, most of them suspected drug traffickers.

The Philippines has reported more than 7,000 drug-related deaths since the start of Duterte’s war on drugs in late June, according to figures released by the government.

That includes at least 2,000 deaths attributed to the drug trade.

The Philippine government is currently working to end the war with drugs and has announced an extra $4.5 billion in spending to fund police and other public services.

The Philippine National Development Reform Commission (PNDRC) is overseeing the fight against the war.

When drugs take over the world, we should stop fighting and start caring

Drugs have a lot to do with it.

If you’ve been following the opioid crisis, you’ve heard about people dying from overdose in droves, or people taking drugs to get high.

But the issue of how we treat drugs is also deeply intertwined.

We have to understand how drugs affect us and the effects they have on our bodies.

And while drugs have a big impact on society, they are also a huge part of our lives.

So how do we keep these things in check and avoid a new pandemic?

That’s where the Antiepilotic Drugs and Drug Abuse Prevention Act comes in.

This legislation aims to change how we think about and treat the effects of drugs.

It aims to address the root causes of drug use and help prevent the negative effects of drug abuse.

The act was passed by Congress in April.

The idea is to address how drugs can impact people and the impact of addiction, and to ensure that these issues are addressed across all sectors of society.

It is expected to lead to a reduction in deaths, addiction and use, among other things.

How it works When you take a drug, you take an opioid.

An opioid is a medication that helps the body get rid of certain drugs and toxins that cause the body to break down.

But opioids are also powerful sedatives and painkillers.

That means you don’t feel much pain or discomfort.

But when a person takes an opioid, they take it for a short time, usually for a few days.

But it can take months or even years for an opioid to fully kick in.

For a drug to be classified as an opiate, the amount of the drug that a person is taking must reach a certain level, called the maximum daily dose.

That level is set by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).

In other words, the drug must be able to cause a certain amount of damage to the body, in order for the DEA to classify it as an opioid drug.

This is because opioids have a powerful addictive effect, and once an opioid gets into the body it stays there.

For that reason, it can be difficult to tell whether an opioid has caused an overdose.

For example, there are some drugs that can be used to treat opioid-induced seizures, such as hydrocodone.

But there are also opioids that have an extremely high toxicity, which can cause serious harm, including death.

When you look at an overdose death, it’s important to understand what happens.

The Drug Enforcement Agency reports that on average, overdose deaths occur when an opioid is given in combination with another opioid or is mixed with a drug that has a similar chemical structure to opioids, such a sedative.

Because of this, there is often confusion about how the drugs are different, and whether they are different forms of opioids.

That is why, in addition to providing a standard level of protection, the act has a provision for testing drugs, including prescription opioids.

This can help identify those who may be using a dangerous combination.

This testing is a big part of the Anteepilotic Drug Abuse and Safety Act, which was passed last year.

The bill will allow people who have been prescribed prescription opioids to have their prescriptions and drugs tested.

That way, the agency can ensure that the substances in the drugs that are being prescribed have the right chemical structure and potency.

It’s important that people who are prescribed opioids know that they’re not taking an opioid.

Because opioids are so powerful, they can cause some serious side effects, including seizures, liver damage, and even death.

So it’s a good idea to make sure you’re taking drugs that have been tested, and testing is available at pharmacies and over-the-counter drugstores.

In the meantime, people can also try different combinations of opioids, and they can choose between different doses.

There is also an exemption for medical emergencies, which means people can use an opioid if they have a medical emergency.

This also means that people can have a controlled substance without fear of being arrested.

If the person taking the controlled substance has the right amount of opioid, the person can still be arrested, although it is important to note that most people who do use opioids do so under controlled conditions.

The law does not specify what kind of controlled substance should be illegal, but there are specific provisions for people who want to make an exception for an emergency, such the need to take an overdose or to take a controlled medication.

It also provides for the testing of prescription opioids and other drugs that come from manufacturers, as well as for people to get a prescription for an opiates-based medication.

These measures help make sure that drug abusers are held accountable for their actions, and that drugs like heroin, fentanyl, oxycodone, and methadone don’t go unnoticed.

It would be impossible to control all drugs, but it would be good if we could all

Philippines police officer killed by drug war drug suspects

Police officers were killed in a drug war-related attack in the Philippines on Friday, the Philippine National Police (PNP) said.

The police officer was killed in an ambush by the drug syndicate in the state of Mactan, the Philippines Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) said in a statement.

The ambush took place during the police operation in Mactans city, where they are based.

The officers were transporting a large amount of drugs during the operation, the statement said.

A large number of suspected drug traffickers were killed during the ambush, according to the PNP.

The PNP did not provide further details on the incident.

The Philippine government has declared a state of emergency in response to the wave of drug violence.

Drug seizures have reached nearly 500 million pesos ($15.4 million) in the first half of 2018, up 13% from the same period in 2017.