The Day in Photos: 6 November 2017


Posted at Nov 06 2017 08:59 PM | Updated as of Nov 06 2017 09:04 PM

Terror suspect

Police present Muhammad Ilham Syahputra, a suspected member of the ISIS-inspired Maute group, during a press briefing at Camp Crame on Monday. Syahaputra was arrested by the personnel of Marawi City Police Station, Lanao Del Sur PPO, CIDG-ARMM and the Barangay Peace Keeping Action Teams last November 1, 2017 in Marawi City. PNP-PIO Photo

DENR urged to uphold open-pit mining ban

Environmental activists lobby to uphold the open-pit mining ban in a protest in front of the Department of Environmental and Natural Resources office in Quezon City on Monday. Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu is considering lifting the ban implemented by former Secretary Gina Lopez, as recommended by the Mining Industry Coordinating Council. Mark Demayo, ABS-CBN News

QC implements another ‘Oplan Greyhound’

Members of the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology inspect jail cells inside Quezon City Jail as part of ‘Oplan Greyhound’ on Monday. The team searched for prohibited items like sharp objects and illegal drugs. Manny Palmero, ABS-CBN News

PH Defense Department celebrates 78th Anniversary

Department of National Defense (DND) Secretary Delfin Lorenzana (center) is flanked by Assistant Secretary Antonio Bautista (left) and Undersecretary Cardozo Luna (right) as they headline the DND’s 78th Anniversary held at the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) headquarters in Quezon City, Monday. Jonathan Cellona, ABS-CBN News

Hazing Witness

Aegis Jvris fraternity member Marc Anthony Ventura, who is under the Witness Protection Program, exits the Senate's Session Hall after a hearing on the death of UST Law student Horacio Castillo III, on Monday. Ventura named several members of the Aegis Jvris fraternity allegedly involved in the hazing that killed Castillo last September 17. George Calvelo, ABS CBN News


A woman works on a Christmas lantern amid a colorful display of lights at a side-street stall in Quezon City, Sunday. Holiday lanterns are expected to enjoy brisk sales with less than 50 days before Christmas Day. Jonathan Cellona, ABS-CBN News