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Video: Indigenous Filipinos risk their lives to defend their land

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The Philippines was the world's deadliest country for land rights and environmental activists last year, according to a report released in December. Rights advocacy group PAN Asia Pacific recorded 61 deaths, many related to conflicts over mining and agribusiness. Those who resist big business often find themselves in the firing line of private security companies and state forces, this amid a growing climate of impunity under President Rodrigo Duterte. Our correspondent reports.


A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett and Laura Burloux.

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