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Descriere: epaselect epa06679400 Filipino anti-riot police march during the change of command ceremony inside Camp Crame in Quezon city, east of Manila, Philippines,19 April 2018. According to news reports, Oscar Albayalde replaced Ronald dela Rosa as the chief of the Philippine National Police and the head of President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs, which has until now killed thousands in the country. Albayalde, who was the Metro Manila police chief, promised in a televised speech to continue the legacy of his predecessor and to reform the police department. Under Dela Rosa, the police allegedly killed over 4,100 suspects for resisting detention, arrested over 100,000, while another 1.3 million Filipinos voluntarily surrendered during a period when crime rate in the country also dropped 50 percent, according to official data. EPA/FRANCIS R. MALASIG