<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>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>
<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>
<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>President Duterte flashes his signature clenched-fist sign with Russian Navy officials and members of his Cabinet after touring the visiting Russian ship Admiral Tributs, January 6, 2017. </span>
<span>The new P1000 bill with President Rodrigo Duterte's signature. The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas started releasing 27 million pieces of banknotes worth P8.75 billion bearing President Rodrigo Duterte’s signature on December 20, 2016. </span>
<span>President Rodrigo Roa Duterte with Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos inside Malacanang Palace during the 2016 The Outstanding Filipinos (TOFIL) Awards, December 12, 2016. Gov. Marcos is chair of the board of judges for this years awards.</span>
<span>Groups gather at the Mendiola Bridge in Manila as they commemorate the International Human Rights day in the Philippines. The Duterte administration has earned international condemnation on the spate of killings in the country amid his brutal crackdown on illegal drugs and criminality. </span>
<span>President Duterte meets new American Ambassador Sung Kim, who presents his credentials in Malacanang, as US President-elect Donald Trump prepares to take over the White House. </span>
<span>Street children eat hot "lugaw" (porridge) at "Duterte's Kitchen," serving free meals three times a day from Monday to Saturday at PDP-Laban Headquarters in Cubao, Quezon City, December 4, 2016.  Program Director Dexter Araquel said the kitchen was adopted from a similar program of then Mayor Duterte in Davao and they hope to expand to other locations nationwide, through the help of volunteers and food donations.</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>