<span>A child looks on at the bodies of two men and a woman who were killed by masked gunmen inside a shanty in Quezon City on March 29, 2017. </span>
<span>People look at photos of their family members, who they say were killed due to their involvement in illegal drugs  before a Holy Eucharist mass action at the National Shrine of Our Mother of Perfetual Help in Baclaran, Paranaque City, March 2, 2017. </span>
<span>Covered by what looks like an American flag, an unclaimed body -- one of 13 unidentified victims of extra-judicial killings -- is carried for burial at the Navotas Public Cemetery</span>
<span>The body of Joseph  Saltiban, a tricycle driver and alleged drug user lies dead on the street after being shot and killed by unidentified riding in tandem suspects at Daang Bakal, Kalentong, Mandaluyong. Saltiban was one of those who surrendered before to Oplan Tokhang.</span>
<span>A barbie doll is found on Erika Angel Reyes, 17, who was killed along with partner Jericho Camitan by unidentified men on motorcycle leaving a cardboard with words "Tulak ka, hayop ka" along Gumamela Street, Barangay Commonwealth in Quezon City.</span>
<span>Senator Leila de Lima intervenes between Senator Alan Peter Cayetano and Senator Antonio Trillanes IV following a tense exchange of words between them during the Senate hearing on extra-judicial killings, September 15, 2016.</span>
<span>Jennelyn Olaires holds her partner and alleged drug pusher Michael Siaron 30, a pedicab  driver, who was shot and killed by unidentified riding in tandem suspects along LRT Pasay Rotonda, Edsa on July 22, 2016.

There has been a surge in the killing of suspected criminals after President Rodrigo Duterte took his oath of office on June 30, 2016 and declared war on crime.</span>