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THE DAY IN PHOTOS: June 11, 2019

ABS-CBN News

Posted at Jun 12 2019 12:01 AM

Drivers protest Grab deactivation

Grab drivers show their deactivated apps as they join a protest going to the Land Transportation Regulation and Franchising Board (LTFRB) office in Quezon City on Tuesday. Drivers expressed concern over Grab’s plan to deactivate around 8,000 “unaccredited” accounts as regulators tighten rules. Jonathan Cellona, ABS-CBN News

Warriors survive Game 5

Draymond Green (23) and Stephen Curry (30) of the Golden State Warriors celebrate their team's win over the Toronto Raptors in Game 5 of the 2019 NBA Finals at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Canada on Monday. Warriors forced its way to Game 6 after winning a close game, 106-105. Vaughn Ridley, Getty Images/AFP

Holy See, Israel mark 25 years of diplomatic ties

Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle of Manila joins Ambassador Rafael Harpaz and Rabbi Eliyahu Azaria during his visit to the Great Synagogue of the Jewish Community in the Philippines in Makati City on Tuesday. The visit marks the 25th year of diplomatic relations between the State of Israel and the Holy See. Roy Lagarde, ABS-CBN News

Pinoys love basketball

Nico Medes Besas Anabo plays basketball at the Steve Nash Foundation basketball court, prior to Game 5 of the NBA basketball finals between the Toronto Raptors and the Golden State Warriors, in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada on Monday. Basketball is one of the most popular and probably the most played sports in the Philippines. ABS-CBN News

'Sa Manlulupig, di pasisiil'

Youth leaders from various organizations conduct a protest in front of the Chinese Consulate in Makati on the eve of Philippine Independence Day, Tuesday. The protesters, who sang the Philippine National Anthem, criticized the Chinese government’s alleged intervention in the country’s politics, economy and foreign policy. George Calvelo, ABS-CBN News

NBI presents alleged Abu Sayyaf suspects

National Bureau of Investigation deputy director Ferdinand Lavin (center) talks to reporters as the bureau presents suspected Abu Sayyaf group members Azmier Maalum Girang (from left), Musa Tahil Sampang, Yong Aming Hassim, Majuk Tahil Amil, Amar Assan Sapaluddin and Jamil Ibrahim Aril in Manila on Tuesday. The suspects were arrested on allegations they were involved in terrorism, including kidnappings and bombings in southern Philippines. Aaron Favila, AP