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EARTH-HOUR/PHILIPPINES
RTX5B3HI 
March 24, 2018 
Boys with a painted number 60 on their faces, representing the 60 minutes of Earth Hour, are seen during... 
Cavite, Philippines 
Boys with a painted number 60 on their faces, representing the 60 minutes of Earth Hour, are seen during... 
Boys with a painted number 60 on their faces, representing the 60 minutes of Earth Hour, are seen during Earth Hour outside a mall in Bacoor, Cavite city, south of Manila, Philippines March 24, 2018. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco 
EARTH-HOUR/PHILIPPINES
RTX5B3HC 
March 24, 2018 
A boy with a painted number 60 on his face, representing the 60 minutes of Earth Hour, is seen during... 
Cavite, Philippines 
A boy with a painted number 60 on his face, representing the 60 minutes of Earth Hour, is seen during... 
A boy with a painted number 60 on his face, representing the 60 minutes of Earth Hour, is seen during Earth Hour outside a mall in Bacoor, Cavite city, south of Manila, Philippines March 24, 2018. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco 
EARTH-HOUR/PHILIPPINES
RTX5B3H6 
March 24, 2018 
A boy with a painted number 60 on his face, representing the 60 minutes of Earth Hour, is seen during... 
Cavite, Philippines 
A boy with a painted number 60 on his face, representing the 60 minutes of Earth Hour, is seen during... 
A boy with a painted number 60 on his face, representing the 60 minutes of Earth Hour, is seen during Earth Hour outside a mall in Bacoor, Cavite city, south of Manila, Philippines March 24, 2018. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco 
EARTH-HOUR/PHILIPPINES
RTX5B3BZ 
March 24, 2018 
Light lamps form the number 60, representing the 60 minutes of Earth Hour, during Earth Hour outside... 
Cavite, Philippines 
Light lamps form the number 60, representing the 60 minutes of Earth Hour, during Earth Hour outside... 
Light lamps form the number 60, representing the 60 minutes of Earth Hour, during Earth Hour outside a mall in Bacoor, Cavite city, south of Manila, Philippines March 24, 2018. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco 
PHILIPPINES-FIRE/
RTX34BJA 
April 06, 2017 
A coastal area resident wades through a river to search for valuable items after a fire engulfed hundreds... 
Cavite, Philippines 
A coastal area resident wades through a river to search for valuable items after a fire engulfed hundreds... 
A coastal area resident wades through a river to search for valuable items after a fire engulfed hundreds of shanties and thousands families lost their homes at a community of informal settlers as local media reported, in Bacoor, Cavite city, south of Manila, Philippines April 6, 2017. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco 
PHILIPPINES-FIRE/
RTX34BJ9 
April 06, 2017 
A coastal area resident wades through a river to search for valuable items after a fire engulfed hundreds... 
Cavite, Philippines 
A coastal area resident wades through a river to search for valuable items after a fire engulfed hundreds... 
A coastal area resident wades through a river to search for valuable items after a fire engulfed hundreds of shanties and thousands families lost their homes at a community of informal settlers as local media reported, in Bacoor, Cavite city, south of Manila, Philippines April 6, 2017. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco 
PHILIPPINES-FIRE/
RTX34BIH 
April 06, 2017 
Residents search for valuable items from their destroyed houses, after a fire engulfed hundreds of shanties... 
Cavite, Philippines 
Residents search for valuable items from their destroyed houses, after a fire engulfed hundreds of shanties... 
Residents search for valuable items from their destroyed houses, after a fire engulfed hundreds of shanties and thousands families lost their homes at a community of informal settlers as local media reported, in Bacoor, Cavite city, south of Manila, Philippines April 6, 2017. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco 
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTS51S6 
October 19, 2015 
A fisherman moors his boat during a sailing ban due to the threat of Typhoon Koppu at a coastal village... 
Manila, Philippines 
A fisherman moors his boat during a sailing ban due to the threat of Typhoon Koppu at a coastal village... 
A fisherman moors his boat during a sailing ban due to the threat of Typhoon Koppu at a coastal village in Bacoor, south of Manila October 19, 2015. Typhoon Koppu swept across the northern Philippines killing at least nine people as trees, power lines and walls were toppled and flood waters spread far from riverbeds, but tens of thousands of people were evacuated in time. REUTERS/Ezra Acayan
PHILIPPINES-DAILYLIFE/
RTR4WCSW 
April 07, 2015 
Surfing beginners try to surf on the "Flow Rider" in Bacoor city, Cavite province, south of Manila April... 
Manila, Philippines 
Surfing beginners try to surf on the "Flow Rider" in Bacoor city 
Surfing beginners try to surf on the "Flow Rider" in Bacoor city, Cavite province, south of Manila April 7, 2015. "Flow Rider" is a water park outside the capital where surfing enthusiasts pay around 650 pesos ($14) per hour for simulated surfing. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR3YTHT 
July 16, 2014 
A fisherman's house in the middle of a fish pen leans to one side as it is pounded by waves, strong winds... 
Cavite, Philippines 
A view of a fisherman's house as it is pounded by waves, strong winds and rain brought by Typhoon Rammasun... 
A fisherman's house in the middle of a fish pen leans to one side as it is pounded by waves, strong winds and rain brought by Typhoon Rammasun (known locally as Glenda) in the coastal town of Bacoor, Cavite, southwest of Manila, July 16, 2014. Philippine authorities evacuated almost 150,000 people from their homes and shuttered financial markets, government offices, businesses and schools on Wednesday as typhoon Rammasun gathered strength and hit the capital, Manila. The typhoon, the strongest to hit the country this year, has already torn through eastern islands, toppling trees and power lines and causing blackouts. On Wednesday, it brought storm surges to the Manila Bay area and prompted disaster officials to evacuate slum-dwellers on the capital's outskirts. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON
RTR3YTFO 
July 16, 2014 
A view of a fisherman's house in the middle of a fish pen as it is pounded by waves, heavy winds and... 
Cavite, Philippines 
View of fisherman's house in the middle of a fish pen as it is pounded by waves, heavy winds and rain... 
A view of a fisherman's house in the middle of a fish pen as it is pounded by waves, heavy winds and rain brought by Typhoon Rammasun (locally named Glenda) as it hit the coastal town of Bacoor, Cavite southwest of Manila, July 16, 2014. Philippine authorities evacuated almost 150,000 people from their homes and shuttered financial markets, government offices, businesses and schools on Wednesday as typhoon Rammasun gathered strength and hit the capital, Manila. The typhoon, the strongest to hit the country this year, has already torn through eastern islands, toppling trees and power lines and causing blackouts. On Wednesday, it brought storm surges to the Manila Bay area and prompted disaster officials to evacuate slum-dwellers on the capital's outskirts. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
PHILIPPINES-CORRUPTION/
RTR3UT0E 
June 20, 2014 
Ramon "Bong" Revilla, a Philippine action movie hero-turned senator waves to supporters before boarding... 
Manila, Philippines 
Ramon "Bong" Revilla, a Philippine action movie hero-turned senator, waves to supporters before boarding... 
Ramon "Bong" Revilla, a Philippine action movie hero-turned senator waves to supporters before boarding a vehicle outside his house in Bacoor town, Cavite city, south of Manila June 20, 2014. Revilla, turned himself in on Friday after an anti-graft court ordered his arrest on plunder charges, another step in the country's bid to shed its image as one of the most corrupt in Asia. REUTERS/Al Falcon (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT) 
PHILIPPINES-CORRUPTION/
RTR3USPO 
June 20, 2014 
Ramon "Bong" Revilla, a Philippine action movie hero-turned senator, greets supporters outside his home... 
Manila, Philippines 
Ramon "Bong" Revilla, a Philippine action movie hero-turned senator greets, supporters outside his home... 
Ramon "Bong" Revilla, a Philippine action movie hero-turned senator, greets supporters outside his home in Bacoor town, Cavite city, south of Manila June 20, 2014. Revilla, turned himself in on Friday after an anti-graft court ordered his arrest on plunder charges, another step in the country's bid to shed its image as one of the most corrupt in Asia. REUTERS/Al Falcon (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR3R5J6 
May 28, 2014 
A boy wades in a polluted river to collect recyclable material in Bacoor town, Cavite city, south of... 
Manila, Philippines 
A boy wades in a polluted river to collect recyclable material in Bacoor town, Cavite city 
A boy wades in a polluted river to collect recyclable material in Bacoor town, Cavite city, south of Manila May 28, 2014. The Philippine economy probably grew the most among its Southeast Asian peers in the first three months of the year, driven by private consumption and rebuilding after Typhoon Haiyan devastated the central Philippines in November last year. The government will release the first quarter GDP data on Thursday. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY BUSINESS POLITICS) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR3R5IY 
May 28, 2014 
Boys wade in a polluted river to collect recyclable material in Bacoor town, Cavite city, south of Manila... 
Manila, Philippines 
Boys wade in a polluted river to collect recyclable material in Bacoor town, Cavite city 
Boys wade in a polluted river to collect recyclable material in Bacoor town, Cavite city, south of Manila May 28, 2014. The Philippine economy probably grew the most among its Southeast Asian peers in the first three months of the year, driven by private consumption and rebuilding after Typhoon Haiyan devastated the central Philippines in November last year. The government will release the first quarter GDP data on Thursday. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY BUSINESS POLITICS) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR3R5II 
May 28, 2014 
A boy wades in a polluted river to collect recyclable material in Bacoor town, Cavite city, south of... 
Manila, Philippines 
A boy wades in a polluted river to collect recyclable material in Bacoor town, Cavite city 
A boy wades in a polluted river to collect recyclable material in Bacoor town, Cavite city, south of Manila May 28, 2014. The Philippine economy probably grew the most among its Southeast Asian peers in the first three months of the year, driven by private consumption and rebuilding after Typhoon Haiyan devastated the central Philippines in November last year. The government will release the first quarter GDP data on Thursday. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY BUSINESS POLITICS) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR3LAIZ 
April 15, 2014 
Journalists carry the coffin of slain reporter Rubie Garcia, while marching along a busy street of Manila... 
Manila, Philippines 
Journalists carry the coffin of slain reporter Rubie Garcia, while marching along a busy street of Manila... 
Journalists carry the coffin of slain reporter Rubie Garcia, while marching along a busy street of Manila April 15, 2014. Garcia, 52, was shot and killed on April 6, 2014 at her home in Bacoor, Cavite, south of Manila, reported local media. The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) says that Garcia is the 20th journalist killed under the administration of Philippines President Benigno Aquino, and the 160th since 1986. The banner on left reads "How many more deaths before Aquino government acts?" REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW MEDIA) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR3LAIS 
April 15, 2014 
Journalists carry the coffin of slain reporter Rubie Garcia, while marching along a busy street of Manila... 
Manila, Philippines 
Journalists carry the coffin of slain reporter Rubie Garcia, while marching along a busy street of Manila... 
Journalists carry the coffin of slain reporter Rubie Garcia, while marching along a busy street of Manila April 15, 2014. Garcia, 52, was shot and killed on April 6, 2014 at her home in Bacoor, Cavite, south of Manila, reported local media. The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) says that Garcia is the 20th journalist killed under the administration of Philippines President Benigno Aquino, and the 160th since 1986. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW MEDIA) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2VRAX 
December 31, 2011 
Residents look for recyclable materials after their shanties were caught in a fire in Zapote, Bacoor... 
Manila, Philippines 
Residents look for recyclable materials after their shanties were caught in a fire in Zapote 
Residents look for recyclable materials after their shanties were caught in a fire in Zapote, Bacoor city, south of Manila December 31, 2011. No casualties were reported but at least a hundred families lost their houses during the incident on Friday night, local media reported. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2VRAW 
December 31, 2011 
A boy looks for recyclable materials at a shanty which was caught in a fire in Zapote, Bacoor city, south... 
Manila, Philippines 
A boy looks for recyclable materials at a shanty which was caught in a fire in Zapote 
A boy looks for recyclable materials at a shanty which was caught in a fire in Zapote, Bacoor city, south of Manila December 31, 2011. No casualties were reported but at least a hundred families lost their houses during the incident on Friday night, local media reported. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2VRAU 
December 31, 2011 
A resident looks for recyclable materials after his shanty was caught in a fire in Zapote, Bacoor city,... 
Manila, Philippines 
A resident looks for recyclable materials after his shanty was caught in a fire in Zapote 
A resident looks for recyclable materials after his shanty was caught in a fire in Zapote, Bacoor city, south of Manila December 31, 2011. No casualties were reported but at least a hundred families lost their houses during the incident on Friday night, local media reported. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2VRAP 
December 31, 2011 
Residents look for recyclable materials after their shanties caught fire in Zapote, Bacoor city, south... 
Zapote, Philippines 
Residents look for recyclable materials after their shanties caught fire in Zapote 
Residents look for recyclable materials after their shanties caught fire in Zapote, Bacoor city, south of Manila December 31, 2011. No casualties were reported but at least hundred families lost their homes during the incident on Friday night, local media reported. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2SM4B 
October 13, 2011 
Members of the Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) of the Philippine National Police enter a bank after... 
Manila, Philippines 
Members of the SWAT team enter a bank after a failed bank attempt and hostage situation in Bacoor 
Members of the Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) of the Philippine National Police enter a bank after a failed bank attempt and hostage situation in Bacoor town of Cavite city, south of Manila October 13, 2011. Four men attempted to rob a bank and held eight people hostage on Thursday. It ended peacefully after the bank robbers surrendered and freed the hostages including bank employees, according to local media. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2SLMO 
October 13, 2011 
Police inspect hostages and suspects after they exited a bank in Bacoor city, south of Manila October... 
Manila, Philippines 
Police inspect hostages and suspects after they exited a bank in Bacoor city 
Police inspect hostages and suspects after they exited a bank in Bacoor city, south of Manila October 13, 2011. Four men attempted to rob a bank and held eight people hostage on Thursday. It ended peacefully after the bank robbers surrendered and freed the hostages including bank employees, according to local media. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
PHILIPPINES
RTR2SLMJ 
October 13, 2011 
A member of the Philippine National Police walks past a police line as bystanders watch a hostage situation... 
Manila, Philippines 
A member of the Philippine National Police walks past a police line as bystanders watch a hostage situation... 
A member of the Philippine National Police walks past a police line as bystanders watch a hostage situation at a bank in Bacoor city, south of Manila October 13, 2011. Four men attempted to rob a bank and held eight people hostage on Thursday. It ended peacefully after the bank robbers surrendered and freed the hostages including bank employees, according to local media. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2SLMG 
October 13, 2011 
Police inspect hostages and suspects after they exited a bank in Bacoor city, south of Manila October... 
Manila, Philippines 
Police inspect hostages and suspects after they exited a bank in Bacoor city 
Police inspect hostages and suspects after they exited a bank in Bacoor city, south of Manila October 13, 2011. Four men attempted to rob a bank and held eight people hostage on Thursday. It ended peacefully after the bank robbers surrendered and freed the hostages including bank employees, according to local media. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2SLMD 
October 13, 2011 
Hostages and suspects leave a bank in Bacoor city, south of Manila October 13, 2011. Four men attempted... 
Manila, Philippines 
Hostages and suspects leave a bank in Bacoor city 
Hostages and suspects leave a bank in Bacoor city, south of Manila October 13, 2011. Four men attempted to rob a bank and held eight people hostage on Thursday. It ended peacefully after the bank robbers surrendered and freed the hostages including bank employees, according to local media. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2SLMA 
October 13, 2011 
Hostages and suspects leave a bank in Bacoor city, south of Manila October 13, 2011. Four men attempted... 
Manila, Philippines 
Hostages and suspects leave a bank in Bacoor city 
Hostages and suspects leave a bank in Bacoor city, south of Manila October 13, 2011. Four men attempted to rob a bank and held eight people hostage on Thursday. It ended peacefully after the bank robbers surrendered and freed the hostages including bank employees, according to local media. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2SLM5 
October 13, 2011 
Police handcuff two suspects in Bacoor city, south of Manila October 13, 2011. Four men attempted to... 
Manila, Philippines 
Police handcuff two suspects in Bacoor city 
Police handcuff two suspects in Bacoor city, south of Manila October 13, 2011. Four men attempted to rob a bank and held eight people hostage on Thursday. It ended peacefully after the bank robbers surrendered and freed the hostages including bank employees, according to local media. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2SLM3 
October 13, 2011 
A suspect is seen handcuffed in an ambulance in Bacoor city, south of Manila October 13, 2011. Four men... 
Manila, Philippines 
A suspect is seen handcuffed in an ambulance in Bacoor city, south of Manila 
A suspect is seen handcuffed in an ambulance in Bacoor city, south of Manila October 13, 2011. Four men attempted to rob a bank and held eight people hostage on Thursday. It ended peacefully after the bank robbers surrendered and freed the hostages including bank employees, according to local media. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2SLL4 
October 13, 2011 
Police inspect hostages after four men attempted to rob a bank and held eight people hostage in Bacoor... 
Manila, Philippines 
Police inspect hostages after four men attempted to rob a bank and held eight people hostage in Bacoor... 
Police inspect hostages after four men attempted to rob a bank and held eight people hostage in Bacoor city, south of Manila October 13, 2011. The hostage drama on Thursday ended peacefully after the bank robbers surrendered and freed the eight hostages including bank employees, according to local media. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2SLL3 
October 13, 2011 
Police handcuff one of four men who attempted to rob a bank and held eight people hostage in Bacoor city,... 
Manila, Philippines 
Police handcuff one of four men who attempted to rob a bank and held eight people hostage in Bacoor city... 
Police handcuff one of four men who attempted to rob a bank and held eight people hostage in Bacoor city, south of Manila October 13, 2011. The hostage drama on Thursday ended peacefully after the bank robbers surrendered and freed the eight hostages including bank employees, according to local media. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2SLKZ 
October 13, 2011 
Police handcuff two of four men who attempted to rob a bank and held eight people hostage in Bacoor city,... 
Manila, Philippines 
Police handcuff two of four men who attempted to rob a bank in Bacoor city 
Police handcuff two of four men who attempted to rob a bank and held eight people hostage in Bacoor city, south of Manila October 13, 2011. The hostage drama on Thursday ended peacefully after the bank robbers surrendered and freed the eight hostages including bank employees, according to local media. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
CHINA-EXECUTIONS/
RTR2KLAJ 
March 30, 2011 
A portrait of Ramon Credo, one of the three Filipino Overseas Workers (OFW) executed in China, is displayed... 
Manila, Philippines 
A portrait of Ramon Credo, one of the three Filipino Overseas Workers executed in China, is displayed... 
A portrait of Ramon Credo, one of the three Filipino Overseas Workers (OFW) executed in China, is displayed at his residence in Bacoor, Cavite city, south of Manila, March 30, 2011. China executed on Wednesday three Filipinos convicted of drug trafficking despite a flurry of public appeals for clemency in the Philippines, and days after Amnesty International slammed Beijing's sweeping use of the death penalty. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2KL8V 
March 30, 2011 
Cornelia Peralta, 73, mother-in-law of Ramon Credo, cries upon hearing about her son-in-law's execution... 
Manila, Philippines 
Peralta, mother-in-law of Credo, cries upon hearing about her son-in-law's execution in 
Cornelia Peralta, 73, mother-in-law of Ramon Credo, cries upon hearing about her son-in-law's execution in China, at her residence in Bacoor, Cavite city, south of Manila March 30, 2011. China executed on Wednesday Credo and two other Filipinos convicted of drug trafficking despite a flurry of public appeals for clemency in the Philippines, and days after Amnesty International slammed Beijing's sweeping use of the death penalty. Elizabeth Batain, 38, was executed by lethal injection at a prison in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen. Sally Ordinario-Villanueva, 32, and Credo, 42, were executed in the port city of Xiamen. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
CHINA-EXECUTIONS/
RTR2KL8S 
March 30, 2011 
Cornelia Peralta, 73, mother-in-law of Ramon Credo, cries upon hearing about her son-in-law's execution... 
Manila, Philippines 
Peralta, mother-in-law of Ramon Credo, cries upon hearing about her son-in-law's execution in China,... 
Cornelia Peralta, 73, mother-in-law of Ramon Credo, cries upon hearing about her son-in-law's execution in China, at her residence in Bacoor, Cavite city, south of Manila March 30, 2011. China executed on Wednesday Credo and two other Filipinos convicted of drug trafficking despite a flurry of public appeals for clemency in the Philippines, and days after Amnesty International slammed Beijing's sweeping use of the death penalty. Elizabeth Batain, 38, was executed by lethal injection at a prison in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen. Sally Ordinario-Villanueva, 32, and Credo, 42, were executed in the port city of Xiamen. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2KL8O 
March 30, 2011 
Cornelia Peralta, 73, mother-in-law of Ramon Credo, is given a glass of water by her niece Rina as she... 
Manila, Philippines 
Peralta, mother-in-law of Credo, speaks about her son-in-law's execution in Bacoor, Cavite city 
Cornelia Peralta, 73, mother-in-law of Ramon Credo, is given a glass of water by her niece Rina as she speaks about her son-in-law's execution in China, at her residence in Bacoor, Cavite city, south of Manila March 30, 2011. China executed on Wednesday Credo and two other Filipinos convicted of drug trafficking despite a flurry of public appeals for clemency in the Philippines, and days after Amnesty International slammed Beijing's sweeping use of the death penalty. Elizabeth Batain, 38, was executed by lethal injection at a prison in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen. Sally Ordinario-Villanueva, 32, and Credo, 42, were executed in the port city of Xiamen. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2KL8F 
March 30, 2011 
Cornelia Peralta, 73, mother-in-law of Ramon Credo, cries upon hearing about her son-in-law's execution... 
Manila, Philippines 
Peralta, mother-in-law of Credo, cries upon hearing about her son-in-law's execution in 
Cornelia Peralta, 73, mother-in-law of Ramon Credo, cries upon hearing about her son-in-law's execution in China, at her residence in Bacoor, Cavite city, south of Manila March 30, 2011. China executed on Wednesday Credo and two other Filipinos convicted of drug trafficking despite a flurry of public appeals for clemency in the Philippines, and days after Amnesty International slammed Beijing's sweeping use of the death penalty. Elizabeth Batain, 38, was executed by lethal injection at a prison in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen. Sally Ordinario-Villanueva, 32, and Credo, 42, were executed in the port city of Xiamen. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2KL8A 
March 30, 2011 
Cornelia Peralta, 73, mother-in-law of Ramon Credo, cries upon hearing about her son-in-law's execution... 
Manila, Philippines 
Peralta, mother-in-law of Credo, cries upon hearing about her son-in-law's execution in 
Cornelia Peralta, 73, mother-in-law of Ramon Credo, cries upon hearing about her son-in-law's execution in China, at her residence in Bacoor, Cavite city, south of Manila March 30, 2011. China executed on Wednesday Credo and two other Filipinos convicted of drug trafficking despite a flurry of public appeals for clemency in the Philippines, and days after Amnesty International slammed Beijing's sweeping use of the death penalty. Elizabeth Batain, 38, was executed by lethal injection at a prison in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen. Sally Ordinario-Villanueva, 32, and Credo, 42, were executed in the port city of Xiamen. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
CHINA-EXECUTIONS/
RTR2KL7P 
March 30, 2011 
Cornelia Peralta, 73, mother-in-law of Ramon Credo, cries upon hearing about her son-in-law's execution... 
Manila, Philippines 
Peralta, mother-in-law of Ramon Credo, cries upon hearing about her son-in-law's execution in China,... 
Cornelia Peralta, 73, mother-in-law of Ramon Credo, cries upon hearing about her son-in-law's execution in China, at her residence in Bacoor, Cavite city, south of Manila March 30, 2011. China executed on Wednesday Credo and two other Filipinos convicted of drug trafficking despite a flurry of public appeals for clemency in the Philippines, and days after Amnesty International slammed Beijing's sweeping use of the death penalty. Elizabeth Batain, 38, was executed by lethal injection at a prison in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen. Sally Ordinario-Villanueva, 32, and Credo, 42, were executed in the port city of Xiamen. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
CHINA-EXECUTIONS/
RTR2KL7K 
March 30, 2011 
Lorie Bernardo, cousin of Ramon Credo, covers her mouth after hearing the news of her cousin's execution... 
Manila, Philippines 
Bernardo, cousin of Ramon Credo, covers her mouth after hearing the news of her cousin's execution in... 
Lorie Bernardo, cousin of Ramon Credo, covers her mouth after hearing the news of her cousin's execution in China, at her residence in Bacoor, Cavite city, south of Manila March 30, 2011. China executed on Wednesday Credo and two other Filipinos convicted of drug trafficking despite a flurry of public appeals for clemency in the Philippines, and days after Amnesty International slammed Beijing's sweeping use of the death penalty. Elizabeth Batain, 38, was executed by lethal injection at a prison in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen. Sally Ordinario-Villanueva, 32, and Credo, 42, were executed in the port city of Xiamen. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
CHINA-EXECUTIONS/
RTR2KL7I 
March 30, 2011 
Esperanza Pascua, aunt of Ramon Credo, cries after hearing the news of her nephew's execution in China,... 
Manila, Philippines 
Pascua, aunt of Credo, cries after hearing news of her nephew's execution in China, at her residence... 
Esperanza Pascua, aunt of Ramon Credo, cries after hearing the news of her nephew's execution in China, at her residence in Bacoor, Cavite city, south of Manila March 30, 2011. China executed on Wednesday Credo and two other Filipinos convicted of drug trafficking despite a flurry of public appeals for clemency in the Philippines, and days after Amnesty International slammed Beijing's sweeping use of the death penalty. Elizabeth Batain, 38, was executed by lethal injection at a prison in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen. Sally Ordinario-Villanueva, 32, and Credo, 42, were executed in the port city of Xiamen. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
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March 30, 2011 
A photo frame showing pictures of Ramon Credo is displayed as Esperanza Pascua, aunt of Credo, cries... 
Manila, Philippines 
Photo frame showing pictures of Credo is displayed as Pascua, aunt of Credo, cries after hearing news... 
A photo frame showing pictures of Ramon Credo is displayed as Esperanza Pascua, aunt of Credo, cries after hearing the news of her nephew's execution in China, at her residence in Bacoor, Cavite city, south of Manila March 30, 2011. China executed on Wednesday Credo and two other Filipinos convicted of drug trafficking despite a flurry of public appeals for clemency in the Philippines, and days after Amnesty International slammed Beijing's sweeping use of the death penalty. Elizabeth Batain, 38, was executed by lethal injection at a prison in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen. Sally Ordinario-Villanueva, 32, and Credo, 42, were executed in the port city of Xiamen. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
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March 30, 2011 
Esperanza Pascua, aunt of Ramon Credo, cries after hearing the news of her nephew's execution in China,... 
Manila, Philippines 
Pascua, aunt of Ramon Credo, cries after hearing the news of her nephew's execution in China, at her... 
Esperanza Pascua, aunt of Ramon Credo, cries after hearing the news of her nephew's execution in China, at her residence in Bacoor, Cavite city, south of Manila March 30, 2011. China executed on Wednesday Credo and two other Filipinos convicted of drug trafficking despite a flurry of public appeals for clemency in the Philippines, and days after Amnesty International slammed Beijing's sweeping use of the death penalty. Elizabeth Batain, 38, was executed by lethal injection at a prison in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen. Sally Ordinario-Villanueva, 32, and Credo, 42, were executed in the port city of Xiamen. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
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March 30, 2011 
Neighbours of Ramon Credo, one of the three Filipino Overseas Workers (OFW) set to be executed in China,... 
Manila, Philippines 
Neighbours of Ramon Credo, one of the three Filipino Overseas Workers (OFW) set to be executed in China,... 
Neighbours of Ramon Credo, one of the three Filipino Overseas Workers (OFW) set to be executed in China, display huge banner before the start of a mass at the residence of Credo at Bacoor, Cavite city, south of Manila March 30, 2011. Ramon Credo, Sally Ordinario-Villanueva and Elizabeth Batain, are schedule to be executed on Wednesday after they were sentenced to death for smuggling drugs to China in 2008. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW RELIGION) 
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March 30, 2011 
Cornelia Peralta, 73, mother-in-law of Ramon Credo, one of the three Filipino Overseas Workers (OFW)... 
Manila, Philippines 
Cornelia Peralta, mother-in-law of Ramon Credo, cries while appealing to Chinese government to reduce... 
Cornelia Peralta, 73, mother-in-law of Ramon Credo, one of the three Filipino Overseas Workers (OFW) set to be executed in China, cries while appealing to Chinese government to reduce the sentence of her son-in-law inside their residence in Bacoor, Cavite city, south of Manila March 30, 2011. Ramon Credo, Sally Ordinario-Villanueva and Elizabeth Batain, are schedule to be executed on Wednesday after they were sentenced to death for smuggling drugs to China in 2008. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW RELIGION) 
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March 30, 2011 
Cornelia Peralta, 73, mother-in-law of Ramon Credo, one of the three Filipino Overseas Workers (OFW)... 
Manila, Philippines 
Cornelia Peralta, mother-in-law of Ramon Credo, cries while appealing to Chinese government to reduce... 
Cornelia Peralta, 73, mother-in-law of Ramon Credo, one of the three Filipino Overseas Workers (OFW) set to be executed in China, cries while appealing to Chinese government to reduce the sentence of her son-in-law inside their residence in Bacoor, Cavite city, south of Manila March 30, 2011. Ramon Credo, Sally Ordinario-Villanueva and Elizabeth Batain, are schedule to be executed on Wednesday after they were sentenced to death for smuggling drugs to China in 2008. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW RELIGION) 
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March 30, 2011 
A Catholic priest and neighbours hold hands while singing during a mass for the three Filipino Overseas... 
Manila, Philippines 
A Catholic priest and neighbours hold hands while singing during a mass for the three Filipinos set to... 
A Catholic priest and neighbours hold hands while singing during a mass for the three Filipino Overseas Workers (OFW) set to be executed in China, in front of the Credo residence at Bacoor, Cavite city, south of Manila March 30, 2011. Ramon Credo, Sally Ordinario-Villanueva and Elizabeth Batain, are schedule to be executed on Wednesday after they were sentenced to death for smuggling drugs to China in 2008. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES) 
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March 30, 2011 
A boy light candles in front of placards showing the three Filipino Overseas Workers (OFW) set to be... 
Manila, Philippines 
A boy light candles in front of placards showing the three Filipino Overseas Workers (OFW) set to be... 
A boy light candles in front of placards showing the three Filipino Overseas Workers (OFW) set to be executed in China, after a mass at the residence of Credo at Bacoor, Cavite city, south of Manila March 30, 2011. Ramon Credo, Sally Ordinario-Villanueva and Elizabeth Batain, are schedule to be executed on Wednesday after they were sentenced to death for smuggling drugs to China in 2008. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW RELIGION) 
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March 30, 2011 
Cornelia Peralta, 73, mother-in-law of Ramon Credo, one of the three Filipino Overseas Workers (OFW)... 
Manila, Philippines 
Cornelia Peralta, mother-in-law of Ramon Credo, cries while appealing to Chinese government to reduce... 
Cornelia Peralta, 73, mother-in-law of Ramon Credo, one of the three Filipino Overseas Workers (OFW) set to be executed in China, cries while appealing to Chinese government to reduce the sentence of her son-in-law inside their residence in Bacoor, Cavite city, south of Manila March 30, 2011. Ramon Credo, Sally Ordinario-Villanueva and Elizabeth Batain, are schedule to be executed on Wednesday after they were sentenced to death for smuggling drugs to China in 2008. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW RELIGION IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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October 31, 2009 
A vendor uses candles in a fish market after a power outage caused by Typhoon Mirinae in Bacoor town,... 
Bacoor, Philippines 
Vendor uses candles in a fish market after a power outage in Bacoor town 
A vendor uses candles in a fish market after a power outage caused by Typhoon Mirinae in Bacoor town, south of Manila, October 31, 2009. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (PHILIPPINES DISASTER ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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October 31, 2009 
A vendor uses candles in a fish market after a power outage caused by Typhoon Mirinae in Bacoor town,... 
Bacoor, Philippines 
Vendor uses candles in a fish market after a power outage in Bacoor town 
A vendor uses candles in a fish market after a power outage caused by Typhoon Mirinae in Bacoor town, south of Manila, October 31, 2009. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (PHILIPPINES DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
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October 31, 2009 
Residents shop at a market during a power outage caused by Typhoon Mirinae in Bacoor town, south of Manila,... 
Bacoor, Philippines 
Residents shop at a market during a power outage in Bacoor town 
Residents shop at a market during a power outage caused by Typhoon Mirinae in Bacoor town, south of Manila, October 31, 2009. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (PHILIPPINES SOCIETY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
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October 31, 2009 
A resident places wooden reinforcement on the roof of his house as Typhoon Mirinae batters Bacoor town,... 
Bacoor, Philippines 
Resident places wooden reinforcement on the roof of his house as Typhoon Mirinae batters Bacoor town 
A resident places wooden reinforcement on the roof of his house as Typhoon Mirinae batters Bacoor town, south of Manila, October 31, 2009. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (PHILIPPINES DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
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October 31, 2009 
A resident rows his boat past a stilt house that collapsed as a result of Typhoon Mirinae in Bacoor town,... 
Bacoor, Philippines 
Resident rows his boat past stilt house that collapsed as a result of Typhoon Mirinae in Bacoor town 
A resident rows his boat past a stilt house that collapsed as a result of Typhoon Mirinae in Bacoor town, south of Manila, October 31, 2009. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (PHILIPPINES DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
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October 31, 2009 
Residents living in Manila Bay look out from their house that was damaged by Typhoon Mirinae in Bacoor... 
Bacoor, Philippines 
Residents living in Manila Bay look out from their house that was damaged by Typhoon Mirinae in Bacoor... 
Residents living in Manila Bay look out from their house that was damaged by Typhoon Mirinae in Bacoor town, south of Manila, October 31, 2009. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (PHILIPPINES DISASTER IMAGES OF THE DAY ENVIRONMENT) 
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June 16, 2009 
A fisherman uses a broken jet ski to harvest mussels in Bacoor town near Manila bay June 16, 2009. ... 
Bacoor, Philippines 
A fisherman uses a broken jet ski to harvest mussels in Bacoor town near Manila bay 
A fisherman uses a broken jet ski to harvest mussels in Bacoor town near Manila bay June 16, 2009. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (PHILIPPINES EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY AGRICULTURE) 
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June 16, 2009 
A man arranges bamboo poles used by fishermen who harvest mussels, in Bacoor town near Manila bay June... 
Bacoor, Philippines 
A man arranges bamboo poles used by fishermen who harvest mussels, in Bacoor town near Manila bay 
A man arranges bamboo poles used by fishermen who harvest mussels, in Bacoor town near Manila bay June 16, 2009. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (PHILIPPINES EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS AGRICULTURE SOCIETY) 
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June 16, 2009 
Fishermen sort their harvest of mussels in the rain, in Bacoor town near Manila bay June 16, 2009. ... 
Bacoor, Philippines 
Fishermen sort their harvest of mussels in the rain, in Bacoor town near Manila bay 
Fishermen sort their harvest of mussels in the rain, in Bacoor town near Manila bay June 16, 2009. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (PHILIPPINES EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS AGRICULTURE SOCIETY) 
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June 16, 2009 
Fishermen sort their harvest of mussels in the rain, in Bacoor town near Manila bay June 16, 2009. ... 
Bacoor, Philippines 
Fishermen sort their harvest of mussels in the rain, in Bacoor town near Manila bay 
Fishermen sort their harvest of mussels in the rain, in Bacoor town near Manila bay June 16, 2009. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (PHILIPPINES AGRICULTURE SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS) 
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