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THE DAY IN PHOTOS: January 10, 2020

ABS-CBN News

Posted at Jan 11 2020 12:09 AM | Updated as of Jan 11 2020 01:01 AM

A day after Traslacion

Church caretakers take down festive decorations as people take photos at the Plaza Miranda in Manila, a day after the celebration of the Traslacion of the Black Nazarene. Around 3.3 million attended the mammoth procession with around 530,000 devotees gathered as the image of the Black Nazarene arrived in Quiapo Church on Thursday evening. Jonathan Cellona, ABS-CBN News

Locsin faces protesters

Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. speaks with Regina Garde (center, crying), who requested assistance for her sister based in Saudi Arabia whose employers allegedly refused to send her home, during a protest outside the DFA headquarters in Pasay City on Friday. Members of Migrante, Courage, and Bayan Muna urged the government for the immediate repatriation of distressed Overseas Filipino Workers in the Middle East. George Calvelo, ABS-CBN News

Plane crash victims honored

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau places a candle on Parliament Hill during vigil for the victims who were killed in a plane crash in Iran on Thursday. Trudeau cited intelligence reports that the Ukraine airlines plane, which carries 63 Canadian citizens among 176 passengers, was likely brought down by an Iranian missile. Dave Chan, Getty Images/AFP

'No to US-Iran war!'

A protester raises his clenched fist as he joins a dozen others during a rally outside a mosque in Manila on Friday. The group is calling for peace as tensions escalate in the Middle East after the United States killed Iranian general Qassem Soleimani, prompting Iran to fire retaliatory rockets at Iraq bases housing US troops. Aaron Favila, AP

Traffic solution?

A woman with her dog looks at some of the new 150-seater ferry boats along the Pasig River on Friday. The additional passenger boats, which have a top speed of 24 knots, will augment the existing transportation system along the river to help ease traffic. Jonathan Cellona, ABS-CBN News

Before Tet

Vietnamese women collect dried incense sticks at a courtyard in Quang Phu Cou village on the outskirts of Hanoi ahead of the upcoming Lunar New Year celebrations, referred to in Vietnam as Tet. It celebrates the arrival of spring and is the most important celebration in Vietnamese culture. Manan Vatsayana, AFP