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than 9,500 people have died in the two years since the first deal to
end the crisis in Ukraine was signed. The conflict is still festering.
Yesterday separatist leaders in the east announced a unilateral
ceasefire. Such calm is just the first step in a 13-point plan to end
the war, known as the Minsk agreements. But the deal is riddled with
loose language. In private, few officials believe it can be fully
implemented, writes our Russia correspondent
alarming volatility of Rodrigo Duterte, who has been president of the
Philippines since late June, is threatening the country’s economic
success. In his short time in office, Mr Duterte has—among other
things—presided over almost 3,000 extra-judicial killings, insulted
Barack Obama and ruined a businessman whom he regarded as unduly
influential. Investors worry they may be next, writes our South-East Asia correspondent