This was the call made by China as it urged the worldwide community, particularly the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, to "respect the sovereignty of the Philippines and the will of its people, view the outcomes of the Philippines' fight against drug and terrorism in a comprehensive, unbiased and objective way, and support its efforts to move forward its human rights cause in light of its national conditions".
In February, Duterte said that soldiers encountering female NPA members should "shoot them in the vagina" - the latest in a series of remarks that have provoked uproar among political opponents at home and in worldwide organisations such as the United Nations, which has spoken out against the Philippine government's "war on drugs".
His comments drew criticism from presidential spokesperson Harry Roque, who slammed Al Hussein for his "crude language". "I take full responsibility", Mr Duterte said.
"Instead of attacking the messenger, states and other stakeholders should engage and address the human rights concerns raised by mandate-holders", he said in Geneva. "I said [to drug syndicates] do not destroy my country, or my city for that matter, because I will kill you".
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Over the weekend, he dedicated an art exhibit called "Parkland 17" during Miami's Art Walk, according to CBS Miami . Manuel Oliver, the father of 17-year-old Joaquin Oliver who was killed in the shooting, created art work.
President Rodrigo Duterte and Chinese President Xi Jinping shake hands before their bilateral meeting at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, October 20, 2016. The ones that eat people?
"It's an appropriate response to a remark that as I said, should have not been made by a sitting UN High Commissioner for Human Rights", he told a press conference. "Throw those b****** [there]", he added.
21 court petition also said that Tauli-Corpuz is a member of the New People's Army, a communist militia which has fought a five-decade rural insurgency. "Let's see what happens", he said. "We welcome special rapporteurs, provided they be impartial, neutral and willing to investigate rather than those already having conclusions and wanting to justify them through an investigation".
Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights said on Friday that Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte's latest outlandish accusations against United Nations human rights activists show that he needs to be seen by a psychiatrist.
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The House has been witnessing frequent disruptions since March 5, when the second leg of the Budget Session of Parliament began. Slamming Congress president Rahul Gandhi and his mother Sonia, he said that it seems that they "don't believe in democracy".
The UN rights commissioner earlier slammed the Duterte administration for its actions against UN envoys, including reportedly filing terrorism charges against one, saying "it makes one believe that the president of the Philippines needs to submit himself to some sort of psychiatric evaluation".
"It (Zeid's remark) did not come at an appropriate time", he said.
Duterte is under preliminary investigation by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for ordering the police killing of at least 4,000 civilians in less than two years during his supposed "war on drugs".
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Two polls released this week say the tariffs are unpopular. "(This tariff-signing) should be a great day for America", he said. Likewise, Trump's invitation to countries to plead their case for being exempted from the tariffs might prove a tough sell.