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THE DAY IN PHOTOS: May 28, 2019

ABS-CBN News

Posted at May 29 2019 12:12 AM

Taking photos of a lady and Trump

U.S. troops take pictures of U.S. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump as they board Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force's (JMSDF) helicopter carrier DDH-184 Kaga at JMSDF Yokosuka base in Yokosuka, south of Tokyo, Japan on Tuesday. Trump arrived in Japan last Saturday for a 4-day state visit which includes a meeting with newly crowned Emperor Naruhito. Athit Perawongmetha, Reuters/Pool

Philippine flag raised in Alapan

Women from the Philippine Navy raise the Philippine flag at the heritage park of Alapan Imus Cavite on Tuesday in commemoration of the Battle of Alapan. The first Philippine flag was unfurled during the Battle of Alapan, where Filipino revolutionary forces fought against Spanish troops. ABS-CBN News

15 injured in Manila vehicular accident

Rescuers assist a pregnant woman after a trailer truck collided with a passenger jeepney at the corner of the Padre Burgos Ave. and General Luna St. in Manila on Tuesday. At least 15 people were reported injured during the incident. George Calvelo, ABS-CBN News

Police workout

Police officers take part in their regular physical fitness program at the Manila Police District Headquarters on U.N. Avenue in Manila on Tuesday. The program ensures that PNP personnel are able to cope with the physical demands of their duties. George Calvelo, ABS-CBN news

With fervor burning

Members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines-Northern Luzon Command sing the Philippine National Anthem at the peak of Mavulis island to commemorate National Flag Day, Tuesday. The AFP, led by Nolcom Commander Lt. Gen. Emmanuel Salamat turned over the Mavulis Project to the provincial government of Batanes, which includes a marine base and fishermen’s shelter located on the country’s northernmost island. Jeff Canoy, ABS-CBN News

Shopping for school supplies

A couple accompany their child to buy school supplies at the Divisoria open air market in Manila on Tuesday, less than a week before classes start. While some sellers in Divisoria have begun to increase their prices following market trends, it is still considerably cheaper than malls and most tiangges. Jonathan Cellona, ABS-CBN News