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THE DAY IN PHOTOS: September 24, 2019

ABS-CBN News

Posted at Sep 25 2019 01:25 AM | Updated as of Sep 25 2019 01:35 AM

Supporting VP Leni

Members of the Bantay Nakaw Coalition troop outside the Supreme Court in Manila to express support to Vice President Leni Robredo on Tuesday. The Supreme Court sitting as Presidential Electoral Tribunal is set to release its ruling on the electoral protest filed by Vice presidential candidate Bongbong Marcos for the 2016 national election. Jonathan Cellona, ABS-CBN News

900 kilos of bangus seized

A man buries 900 kilos of milkfish seized by members of Bantay Dagat and Philippine National Police- Dagupan on Monday evening. Joanna Tacason, ABS-CBN News

Coal scare

Members of the People for Power protest the government's stance on constructing new coal-fired power plants over "sustainable" alternatives, in Mendiola, Manila, on Tuesday. The protesters reiterated President Duterte's call in his last State of the Nation Address to reduce reliance on coal and develop renewable energy sources. Mark Demayo, ABS-CBN News

Witness interrogation

Baguio City Police Director Police Col. Allen Co on Tuesday questions witnesses in the alleged hazing death of Philippine Military Academy Cadet 4th Class Darwin Dormitorio. Dormitorio, 20, died on September 18 after suffering stomach pain and had bruises on his stomach consistent with hazing. Jong Gasmeña, ABS-CBN News

A beary cute line

Breeders hold Chinese flags and panda cubs born in 2019 as they pose for photos during an event marking the upcoming 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Banda Breeding on Tuesday. The country is set to celebrate its 70th anniversary on October 1, even as Hong Kong protests and an ongoing trade war with the United States threaten to hamper festivities. China Daily via Reuters

Trooping the line

New Philippine Armed Forces chief Lt. Gen. Noel Clement troops the line during the change of command on Tuesday at Camp Aguinaldo. President Duterte skipped the ceremony for the first time with a Palace advisory saying, "the punishing schedule of official and social events the previous days has slightly affected the President's body temperature." Bullit Marquez, AP

Another lopsided loss for Gilas

France Mae Cabinbin of the Philippines guards Australia’s Jenna O’Hea of Australia in the 2019 FIBA Women’s Asia Cup in Bangalore, India on Tuesday. O’Hea tallied 17 points, as seven others scored in double digits in Australia’s 123-57 win. Abhishek N. Chinnappa, AFP