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Protesters slam Duterte's 'wars against the people' December 10, 2017 | Bonifacio Shrine, Manila

An estimated 8,000 people from all walks of life join the protest action marking the International Day of Human Rights in Manila.

Bishop Broderick Pabillo says the Church must stand up for human rights.

Fr. Oliver Castor, a board member of Rural Missionaries of the Philippines, condemns the killing of Fr. Marcelino Paez last Dec. 4 in Nueva Ecija.

Photojournalist Vincent Go describes Duterte's so-called war on drugs as "too brutal and inhumane."

Bayang Barrios sings a popular Christmas song, altering the lyrics to depict the grief of families of victims of extrajudicial killings.

Musicians Chikoy Pura and Danny Fabella and theater actor Brian Arda believe that artists have a role in society.

Theater actor Joel Saracho, a convenor of LODI (Let's Organize for Democracy and Integrity) Arts and Media Alliance, joins the protest.

Protesters from Mindanao hold photographs of victims of extrajudicial killings. They oppose proposals to extend the martial law in Mindanao.

Women's rights advocates Monique Wilson and Rossana Abueva join the protest in Manila.

Students from various universities demand a halt to the killings.

A streamer hung at the footbridge in the corner of Mendiola.

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Photos by Ronalyn V. Olea/Bulatlat.com

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