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<span>AWOL policeman Bobby Orit lie dead in front of a store at the Aroma Compound in Vitas, Tondo, Manila, following a "shootout" with Manila policemen on July 21, 2016. Investigators say Orit with another companion shot first after they sensed they were dealing with undercover lawmen during a buy bust operation. </span>
<span>An MMDA ferry maneuvers around thick water hyacinth that occupies majority of the Pasig river along Ayala bridge in Manila, July 18, 2016.  Water hyacinth spreads quickly in any weather condition in the Philippines, especially in dirty water, clogging many water ways. </span>
<span>Mock protesters clash with police during a Civil Disturbance Management (CDM) Competition at the Rizal Park in Manila, July 16, 2016. The CDM competition is an annual friendly competition where Metro Manila police districts show their level of effectiveness during various civil disturbances.
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<span>A 12-meter bronze statue of Lapu-Lapu known as the Statue of the Sentinel of Freedom stands at Rizal Park in Manila. President-elect Rodrigo Duterte disapproves of the naming of a fish after the hero of Mactan. He says he will make Lapu-Lapu a "proper hero" to be honored for being the first Filipino to resist the Spanish conquistadors who came to the Philippines in 1521.</span>
<span>Hands stained with carbon and grease, technician Nemesio Matalang shows the keyboards with original keyrings of a 1938 Underwood typewriter inside an office machine shop in Manila, March 2, 2016. </span>
<span>Devotees offer candles at the Sto. Nino Church in Moriones, Tondo Manila on January 15, 2016. The feast of Sto. Nino will be celebrated over the weekend in different parts of the country.</span>
<span>A woman views the selection of religious items at a shop in Tayuman Street, Manila City on January 11, 2016. Figurines of the Black Nazarene and the Sto. Nino are particularly sought after recently as both celebrate its feasts on the month of January.</span>
<span>Thousands of devotees celebrate and welcome the return of the Black Nazarene to the Quiapo church after 20 hours and 6 minutes of procession on January 9, 2016.</span>
<span>Thousands of devotees celebrate and welcome the return of the Black Nazarene to the Quiapo church after 20 hours and 6 minutes of procession on January 9, 2016.</span>
<span>Barefoot devotees leave a trail of litter along the 7-kilometer "traslacion" route during the Feast of the Black Nazarene on January 9, 2016.</span>
<span>Devotees touch the rope used to pull the carriage of the Black Nazarene during the annual procession on January 9, 2015. They believe touching the rope and the image will bring miracles in their lives. </span>
<span>Thousands of devotees join the annual Black Nazarene procession in Manila, January 9, 2016. </span>