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Parojinog, the mayor of Ozamiz city, was killed during a gun battle with police serving a search warrant at his farm home.

Parojinog's brother and wife and nine others were killed during the raid when the group reportedly resisted arrest.

All three mayors were among more than 160 officials Duterte named publicly as being linked to illegal drugs in August last year as part of a shame campaign.

Duterte, a former mayor from the southern city of Davao, won presidential elections last May after pledging to slaughter tens of thousands of drug suspects.

I decided it was time for a serious change in my life, so I saved for a year, sold my car and anything else that could be sold, bought a one-way ticket and left the UK with nothing but my backpack.

Having left Britain some time ago and having now been with Kach for over a year, I thought I’d reflect on some of the things I’ve learned being in a relationship with a Filipina and how I may have changed in the process. ‘They must want something from me,’ you would think, or even more sadly, ‘What? Not only that, but quite literally out of nowhere, there will appear enough food to feed a small village for a week.

A city mayor and at least 11 others were killed in the Phillipines on Sunday in one of the bloodiest anti-drug assaults so far under President Rodrigo Duterte's crackdown.

Reynaldo Parojinog was the third mayor to be killed in the government's bloody war on illegal drugs.

Fisherman in the Philippines have said they have been dumping bodies of drug suspects on the orders of police, who human rights groups accuse of carrying out thousands of extra-judicial killings.

According to human rights groups, Philippine security forces and 'unidentified gunmen' have killed almost 8,000 Filipino drugs suspects, the largest number of civilian deaths in South-east Asia since the Khmer Rouge genocide in Cambodia in the 1970s.