News in Pictures: In Memoriam

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Candles, a placard and a wall poster demanding justice for the victims of the Ampatuan massacre and showing Bombo reporter Bart Maravilla, one of the 31 media workers killed in the carnage, at the Makati headquarters of the Bombo Radyo Network Tuesday evening. The candle lighting was the first in a series of activities organized by the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines leading to a huge rally to be staged on December 9 to demand justice for the massacre victims. (Photo courtesy of Nonoy Espina)

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Rogelio Florete (right), president of the Bombo Radyo Network, joins media workers light candles outside the network’s headquarters in Makati City Tuesday evening to commemorate the victims of the Ampatuan massacre. (Photo courtesy of Nonoy Espina)

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Employees of the Bombo Radyo Network light candles outside their headquarters in Makati City Tuesday evening to commemorate the victims of the Ampatuan massacre. (Photo courtesy of Nonoy Espina)

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Bombo Radyo Network marketing officer Joshua Jaena holds up a sign demanding justice for the victims of the Ampatuan massacre as he vows no letup in the campaign to seek justice for the victims. (Photo courtesy of Nonoy Espina)

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  1. JUSTICE FOR THE VICTIMS OF AMPATUAN MASSACRE!

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