Groups urge Apple to take down apps encouraging Duterte's drug war

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Groups urge Apple to take down apps encouraging Duterte's drug war

MANILA, Philippines — More than a hundred civil society organizations worldwide wrote an open letter to Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook for the compan

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