Trump arrives in the Philippines, Duterte sings him a love song

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday held "very expansive" talks with US President Donald Trump on the sidelines of the 31st ASEAN Summit or the Association of South-East Asian Nations.

In another odd and candid moment from the ASEAN summit, Duterte - who recently said he stabbed someone to death when he was a teenage because of "a look" - sang a Filipino love song "on the orders of Donald Trump" shortly before the summit. Speaking to reporters Sunday, Trump said he will make a new announcement on trade when he returns to the United States.

Trump's stop in the Philippines will be his last on his 12-day tour of Asia.

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"Whoa, whoa", Duterte said, according to a report from the White House press pool.

A communications official with the Duterte administration said the Philippines president and Trump "really hit it off".

The two sides sealed four agreements and agreed to cooperate on counter-terror.

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President Donald Trump has arrived in the Philippines to attend a pair of global summits and close his five-country tour of Asia.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will tell the Philippine president there have been too many killings in his war against drugs.

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Serving for the match at 5-4, however, he wobbled again as a framed backhand beyond the baseline allowed Thiem a reprieve. Consecutive double faults in the following game saw the Austrian lose serve again - this time to love.

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