End violence against women

November 25, 2016

Vice President Leni Robredo with other women during the start of a campaign to end violence against women at the Philippine International Convention Center in Pasay City, November 25, 2016.


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<span>Vice President Leni Robredo with other women during the start of a campaign to end violence against women at the Philippine International Convention Center in Pasay City, November 25, 2016. </span>


<span>A resident is pinned down by authorities during a violent dispersal at Eastbank Road in Sta. Lucia Floodway, Pasig City, August 31, 2017. The residents blocked the Eastbank Road in the morning to protest an impending demolition of their houses.</span>
<span>Marvin John Tupas wins the Gold against Malaysia's Adli Hafidz at the 81kg boxing match at the 2017 Seagames in KL, Malaysia, August 24, 2017.
<span>President Rodrigo Duterte tries the scope of a Chinese made sniper rifle during the turnover ceremony on China's urgent military assistance to PH inside Clark Air Base in Angeles, Pampanga, June 28, 2017. </span>
<span>Carlos Pangilinan punches through locked bird cages in an effort to save his pet birds after a fire that reached the 5th alarm in Paco, Manila on June 21, 2017. Pangilinan kept more than 100 pet birds in his home but was only able to save one after the fire.</span>
<span>A V-22 Osprey helicopter carrying American troops land on a port in Casiguran, Aurora province, prior to a simulated typhoon relief operations with their Filipino counterparts under the annual Balikatan exercises, dubbed Civil MIlitary Activities from  the Sea, May 15, 2017.</span>
<span>A replica of s dead whale, its innards disgorging a heady mix of plastic waste caught people's attention on the beach of Naic, Cavite province. Greenpeace unveiled the 15-meter-long installation to dramatize is concern over the plastic pollution that is choking the oceans and driving whales to beach themselves - and die. </span>
<span>A man carries a US flag inside the US War Pacific Memorial in Corregidor Island during the 45th Commemoration of the Fall of Corregidor, May 6, 2017. The memorial was built in remembrance of the American and Filipino soldiers who fought on World War II.</span>
<span>Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte and Brunei Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah during Brunei's state visit in Malacanang Palace.</span>
<span>PCOO Sec. Martin Andanar, DTI Sec. Ramon Lopez, DOE Sec. Alfonso Cusi, DOTr Sec. Arthur Tugade, Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano, Exec. Sec. Atty. Salvador Medialdea, DOF Sec. Carlos Dominguez, DBM Sec. Benjamin Diokno, DPWH Sec. Mark Villar and BCDA president &amp; CEO Vince Dizon at the Dutertenomics Forum II held in Conrad Hotel, Pasay City. The event dubbed Dutertenomics aims to build new roads and railways to help sustain the country’s economic growth momentum.
<span>Final preparations are under way at the Philippine International Convention Center for the 30th Association of Southeast Asian Nations summit, which the Philippines is hosting. Police authorities declared a full alert to secure the meeting os Asean leaders.</span>
<span>Bennielita "Bennie" Sanchez talks with lola Nenita Padilla, 61, who is resting in her sister's house in Cavite in this photo taken October 1, 2016. Bennie has made it her life mission to rescue homeless elderly folk off the streets and reunite them with their families. This photo won Gold in the Best Feature Photography, Asian Media Awards, Publish Asia 2017 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. </span>
<span>Muammar Askali, aka Abu Rami, who was involved in the kidnapping and beheading of foreigners by the Abu Sayyaf, was among those killed in Inabanga, Bohol on April 12, 2017.</span>
<span>Chris Martin performs during the Coldplay's A Head Full of Dreams concert tour in Manila. </span>
<span>Two boys have rollicking fun on a bike as Kadamay members cool their heels outside the government housing project in Pandi Heights III, Bulacan province. President Duterte said he would give members of Kadamay the government houses in Bulacan, and asked military and police personnel, supposed to be original beneficiaries, to let go of the units. </span>