He’ll eat their livers with salt and vinegar. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday threatened to eat the Islamic terrorists responsible for beheading two Vietnamese sailors, after their remains were recovered by his troops on the island of Basilan. “I will eat your liver if you want me to. Give me salt and vinegar and...
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