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<span>The helmet of a riot policeman is splattered with red paint from paint bombs that protesters lobbed at the main gate of Camp Crame, general headquarters of the Philippine National Police, on Edsa in Quezon City, April 6, 2016. The protesters denounced the
violent dispersal of drought-stricken farmers demanding rice that left three farmers dead in Kidapawan City on April 1.
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<span>Protesters clash with anti-riot policemen as they march near the venue of Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Pasay City on November 19, 2015.</span>
<span>A member of a militant group shakes hands with an anti-riot policeman after the end of their protest action for APEC in Pasay City on November 19, 2015.        </span>
<span>A militant youth looks on during a protest action against Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit along Gil Puyat Avenue in Pasay City on November 18, 2015. Leaders from APEC members are meeting to forge trade unity by promoting balanced, inclusive, sustainable, innovative and secure growth amongst member countries. </span>
<span>A protester uses spray paint against anti-riot policemen along Gil Puyat Avenue in Pasay City as militant youth groups attempt to approach PICC where the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit is being held. Leaders from APEC members are meeting to forge trade unity by promoting balanced, inclusive, sustainable, innovative and secure growth amongst member countries. </span>
<span>Militant groups march towards Gil Puyat Avenue corner Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City on November 18, 2015, to call to junk Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit.</span>
<span>Militant groups are blocked by anti-riot policemen at Kalaw Street in Manila as they protest the ongoing Asia Pacific Economic Coordination Summit.</span>
<span>Members of Iglesia ni Cristo continue their protest at Shaw Crossing Edsa in  Mandaluyong City on August 30, 2015.</span>
<span>An Iglesia Ni Cristo member who travelled all the way from Cavite  join their rally at Edsa vowing not to leave until Justice Secretary Leila de Lima heeds their cry.</span>
<span> A protester waves the Iglesia ni Cristo banner during the INC rally at the Edsa-Shaw intersection to demand the resignation of Justice Secretary Leila de Lima, whom the sect accuses of
meddling in its internal affairs by investigating charges of kidnapping and illegal detention filed by a former INC minister against the group's leaders, August 29, 2015.
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<span>Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC) protesters flock to Edsa-Shaw Boulevard on August 29, 2015, as they accuse Justice Secretary Leila de Lima of meddling with church affairs.</span>
<span>Iglesia Ni Cristo moved its forces to the Catholic's hallowed Edsa Shrine on August 28, 2015 after a mass action at the Department of Justice in Manila. The group wants to stop its investigation of a criminal complaint filed by an expelled minister against INC advisory council members.</span>