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Filipino drug users dodge coffins by making them

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Drug users seeking to avoid becoming a bloody statistic in Philippines President Rodrigo Duterteâ??s crackdown on narcotics are going into a rehabilitation programme that teaches them how to make coffins. More than 700,000 drug users and pushers have registered with the authorities in a process termed â??surrenderingâ?ť, but there are few programmes to help most of them.
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