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THE DAY IN PHOTOS: November 29, 2019

ABS-CBN News

Posted at Nov 30 2019 02:08 AM

Here are the big stories today in photos

Sit-down strike for climate

Red Rebels from Extinction Rebellion are seen during a School Strike for Climate Australia (SS4C) 'Solidarity Sit-down' outside of the office of the Liberal Party of Australia in Sydney, Australia on Friday. The event is part of a series of strikes in cities across Australia to protest outside the offices of politicians and fossil fuel companies. Steven Saphore, AAP Image/Reuters

Santa Claus is in Korean town

South Korean children wearing Santa Claus outfits gather as they await their turn for a performance during a ceremony to launch a year-end fundraising campaign of the Salvation Army at Gwanghwamun square in Seoul on Friday. The Salvation Army is a Protestant Christian church and charitable organization with presence in over a hundred countries all over the world. Jung Yeon-je, AFP

UP Manila Oblation Run

Members of the Alpha Phi Omega fraternity hold placards during the annual Oblation Run inside the University of the Philippines Manila campus on Friday. The fraternity is using this year’s event to call attention to universal health care and HIV/AIDS awareness in the Philippines, which some groups say has the fastest growing number of cases of the deadly disease. Jonathan Cellona, ABS-CBN News

Call for climate justice

Climate advocates from various sectors carry climate justice-themed lanterns during a protest as they march from Plaza Miranda to the Bonifacio Monument in Manila on Friday. The protest coincides with other climate strikes around the world as they urge leaders to announce substantial action during the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Madrid, Spain next month. Jire Carreon, ABS-CBN News

Escaping the fire

Residents gather their belongings as a fire razed a residential area in Addition Hills, Mandaluyong on Friday. The Bureau of Fire Protection said the fire reached Task Force Alpha before being put out. Larry Monserate Piojo, ABS-CBN News

Dazzling on ice

Alisson Perticheto of the Philippines performs during her turn in the women’s short program in SEA Games figure skating at SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City on Friday. Perticheto scored 53.65 to lead the field. Jonathan Cellona, ABS-CBN News

Pinoys take fight to water-polo Goliath

Mummar Almara and Reynaldo Salonga Jr. (7) of the Philippines celebrate after drawing defending champion Singapore 6-6 in SEA Games men’s water polo at New Clark City’s Aquatics Center in Capas town, Tarlac on Friday. The result still put the hosts in position to win silver and at the same time killed Singapore's hopes of retaining the championship it has owned for decades. ABS-CBN News

Azkals survive dogfight

Stephan Schrock of the Philippines controls the ball against Malaysia in SEA Games men’s football at Rizal Memorial Football Stadium in Manila on Friday. Schrock was the hero of the day after scoring the loan goal giving the hosts their first victory. ABS-CBN News

London bridge stabbing incident

Police vehicles and buses patrol London Bridge Friday. British police said several people have been stabbed near the bridge, and a man has been detained. The news came after witnesses reported hearing gunshots in the area. Frank Augstein, AP

One of five

The Philippines celebrates a goal in SEA Games women’s football against Malaysia at Biñan Football Stadium in Laguna on Friday. Led by forward Sarina Bolden, the national team dominated the visitors 5-0 to be assured of a spot in the semifinals. George Calvelo, ABS-CBN News