'I'll play with you. I'm very sure they cannot be brighter than me. I will ask five questions that will humiliate you'
Experts believe leader engages in 'unhealthy and destructive behaviours'
Actress Agot Isidro made the comment after Mr Duterte said he would rather 'die of hunger' than accept aid from the US and the EU
China, Iran, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia execute the highest number of people
Philippine leader claims the United States refused to sell some weapons to his country
'Hitler massacred three million Jews... there's three million drug addicts. I'd be happy to slaughter them'
On the island of Mindanao’s southeast coast, the cult of Duterte is strong. A curfew keeps unaccompanied minors off the streets after 10pm, the sale of liquor after 2am is prohibited, and, as one unlucky tourist learned, you can only smoke in designated places – or else...
In a speech the president addressed God directly, asking why he was not intervening to stop war crimes
Filippino president accuses EU Parliament of hypocrisy
Leader says it would be difficult to 'kill all' of the people involved in drugs trade
Pilot reported threat as flight approached Philippines capital from Jeddah
Edgar Matobato, 57, admitted involvement in around 50 abductions and murders and claimed his gang fed a suspected kidnapper to a crocodile in 2007
Officials are keen to maintain the relationship between the two countries is strong
Funds to pull hundreds of millions from country amid Filipino leader's increasingly volatile behaviour, after he called Barack Obama a 'son of a whore' and threatened to pull out of UN
Mr Obama described his Filipino counterpart as a 'colourful guy' and said he had asked his staff to assess whether a meeting between the two leaders would still be 'productive'
Leader insists he is answerable only to the Filipino people