#ThewRap: Things you need to know, September 5, 2017

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ESCAPE FROM MYANMAR. Rohingya refugees travel on an open-back truck on Teknaf-Cox's Bazar highway near Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhiya, Bangladesh, on September 3, 2017. Jasmin Rumi/AFP

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Another young person, another controversial death.

This time, his name is 19-year-old Carl Arnaiz, who was killed August 18 after supposedly hijacking a taxi and exchanging fire with cops. An autopsy revealed, however, that he was handcuffed, beaten up, and killed – and now, cops are on the spotlight once again for what appears to be abuse of force and power. This comes as the death of Kian delos Santos is still raising a lot of unanswered questions.

Abroad, North Korea is accused of "begging for war" with its latest nuclear test; Myanmar faces international anger over the escalating Rohingya crisis; and the British royal family will again welcome a child, courtesy of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

These, and more, in today's wRap.

Aguirre orders probe into teen's death in Caloocan police 'shootout'

Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II has ordered a parallel investigation into the death of 19-year-old Carl Arnaiz who reportedly died during a shootout with Caloocan police on August 18, Monday.

North Korea 'begging for war' with nuke test – U.S.

The US accused North Korea of "begging for war" Monday, September 4, as it pushed for the "strongest possible measures" on Pyongyang following its sixth and most powerful nuclear text, but faced resistance from China and Russia.

Ubial expects TRO on implants to be lifted by September

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will issue by the end of September its findings on all contraceptives, including implants covered by a 2015 Supreme Court (SC) temporary restraining order (TRO). The PopCom issued the statement days after the SC made final and executory its TRO on implants – contraceptives which can prevent pregnancies up to 3 years.

Suu Kyi and Myanmar face chorus of anger over Rohingya crisis

Nobel peace laureate Malala Yousafzai and Muslim countries in Asia led a growing chorus of criticism on Monday, September 4, aimed at Myanmar and its civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi over the plight of its Rohingya Muslim minority.

PNP internal probe finds 3 irregularities in raid that killed Kian

The Philippine National Police (PNP) Internal Affairs Service (IAS) announced on Monday, September 4, that they have found serious irregularities in the drug raid that killed 17-year-old Kian delos Santos. They have found probable cause to press charges.

Prince William, Kate expecting 3rd child

Prince William and his wife Kate are expecting their third child, Kensington Palace announced Monday, September 4, as she was forced to cancel a public event due to acute morning sickness.

Nadal's 50th win at US Open earns quarters date with Rublev

World number one Rafael Nadal notched up his 50th win at the US Open on Monday, September 4 to reach the quarter-finals for the seventh time.

Top photo: Rohingya refugees travel on an open-back truck on Teknaf-Cox's Bazar highway near Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhiya, Bangladesh, on September 3, 2017. Jasmin Rumi/AFP

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