Japan offers Duterte aid for rebuilding, fighting terrorism

TOKYO (AP) — Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte won pledges from Japan of help with fighting terrorism and assistance in building the country’s crumbling infrastructure, as he met with Japan’s prime minister on Monday during a visit to the country.
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