Senators in the Philippines have resumed their probe into the police’s “shoot to kill” policy for suspected drug dealers.
More than 3,000 have been killed since Rodrigo Duterte became president four-months ago.
Human rights groups are alarmed, but many Filipinos support the crackdown.
Duterte has denied being involved in a death squad targeting alleged criminals.
Rob McBride has the latest from Manila.
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