Charting the political path of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, who said he once threw a man out of a helicopter, and admitted killing people during his 22 years as mayor of Davao City.
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Rodrigo Duterte postures for a photo in Davao city in the southern Philippines, taking after his arrangement as Vice Mayor. Picture taken in 1987. REUTERS/Renato Lumawag
Mayor Rodrigo Duterte postures with his Uzi submachine firearm in the rocky town of Carmen in the Baguio District of Davao city in the southern Philippines. Picture taken in the mid 1990s. REUTERS/Renato Lumawag
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte makes a "clench hand knock", his May presidential races battle signal, with fighters amid a visit at Capinpin military camp in Tanay, Rizal in the Philippines August 24, 2016. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
Mayor Rodrigo Duterte (L) examines a strike rifle at a shooting range in Davao city in the southern Philippines with Regional Police Chief Miguel Abaya (C) and Metrodiscom boss Franco Calida. Picture taken in the late 1980s. REUTERS/Renato Lumawag
Soldiers listen as Davao city Mayor Rodrigo Duterte gives an address on battling the illicit medication exchange amid an against medication class in Davao City in southern Philippines. Picture taken in March 1998. REUTERS/Renato Lumawag
Mayor Rodrigo Duterte gives Christmas presents of trade to prisoners out prison in Davao city in the southern Philippines. Picture shot at some point in the mid-1990s. REUTERS/Renato Lumawag
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte raises a center finger push out in a profane motion as he talks before neighborhood government authorities in Davao city, in southern Philippines, September 20, 2016. REUTERS/Lean Daval Jr
Then-nearby leader of Davao city Rodrigo Duterte (R), on board a helicopter, lands at the commonplace legislative hall in Tagum city, Davao del Norte, southern Philippines for the Regional Peace and Order Council meeting, April 20, 2015. REUTERS/Lean Daval Jr.
Davao Mayor Zafiro Respicio (fourth L) and Vice Mayor Rodrigo Duterte (second R) converse with quarreling Bagobo tribes to settle a "Pangayaw" - or tribal war - in the hinterlands of Davao city in the southern Philippines. Picture taken at some point in 1987. REUTERS/Renato Lumawag
Rodrigo Duterte kisses the Philippine banner amid a "Miting de Avance" (last political crusade rally) before the national races at Rizal stop in Manila in the Philippines May 7, 2016. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
Mayor Rodrigo Duterte take a gander at weapons reallocated from ruffians (not envisioned) in Davao city in the southern Philippines July 11, 2013. REUTERS/Lean Daval Jr
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, his custom-based law spouse Honeylet Avancena (R) and their girl Veronica posture for a photo amid a Christmas party at Malacanang Palace in Manila, Philippines, December 20, 2016. Presidential Palace/Handout by means of REUTERS
Mayor Rodrigo Duterte holds an infant doll inside another versatile pediatric facility in Davao city in the southern Philippines June 29, 2015. REUTERS/Lean Daval Jr
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte focuses to a bit of paper containing a rundown of identities he asserts are included with the medication exchange, as he conveys a discourse amid a granting service for extraordinary Filipinos and associations abroad, at the Malacanang Palace in Manila, Philippines December 19, 2016. REUTERS/Ezra Acayan
Soldiers signal with a "clench hand knock", Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's May presidential decision crusade motion, at the military's Scout Ranger Camp Tecson in San Miguel, Bulacan in northern Philippines September 15, 2016. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte demonstrates a leaflet of the new Glock guns to be issued to individuals from the Philippine Army amid a visit at the armed force central command in Taguig city, metro Manila, Philippines October 4, 2016. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is encouraged by translators to connect a headphone as he goes to a lunch get-together meeting with Japanese business pioneers in Tokyo, Japan October 26, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte (R) meets his supporters outside a lodging in Tokyo, Japan October 25, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
Mayor Rodrigo Duterte reviews the ambush rifle of Senior Inspector Ronald Dela Rosa (L) in the wake of assessing a wrongdoing scene in the town of Tamugan in Davao city in the southern Philippines. Looking on is Davao Police Chief Isidro Lapena (second, R). Picture taken in 1997. REUTERS/Renato Lumawag