Aaron Favila/AP Photo
Filipino police displayed their taped-up pistols at Camp Crame in  suburban Quezon, north of Manila, on Tuesday. The Philippines is working  to thwart the traditional New Year’s celebratory gunfire that injures  or kills several people each year.

Aaron Favila/AP Photo

Filipino police displayed their taped-up pistols at Camp Crame in suburban Quezon, north of Manila, on Tuesday. The Philippines is working to thwart the traditional New Year’s celebratory gunfire that injures or kills several people each year.

Noel Celis/AFP/Getty Images
A flagellant whipped his back with bamboo during the re-enactment of the  crucifixion of Jesus Christ in Manila Thursday. About 75 million  Filipinos, out of a national population of 93 million, are Catholics, a  legacy of the country’s Spanish colonial past.

Noel Celis/AFP/Getty Images

A flagellant whipped his back with bamboo during the re-enactment of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ in Manila Thursday. About 75 million Filipinos, out of a national population of 93 million, are Catholics, a legacy of the country’s Spanish colonial past.

Pat Roque/AP Photo
Philippine Iguanas considered endangered species are silhouetted  inside a container at the city veterinary office before their handover  to proper authorities Saturday, June 19, 2010 in suburban Pasay City,  south of Manila, Philippines. A variety of endangered species were  rescued by authorities from pet shops in the city.

Pat Roque/AP Photo

Philippine Iguanas considered endangered species are silhouetted inside a container at the city veterinary office before their handover to proper authorities Saturday, June 19, 2010 in suburban Pasay City, south of Manila, Philippines. A variety of endangered species were rescued by authorities from pet shops in the city.

Aaron Favila/AP Photo
Filipino police displayed their taped-up pistols at Camp Crame in  suburban Quezon, north of Manila, on Tuesday. The Philippines is working  to thwart the traditional New Year’s celebratory gunfire that injures  or kills several people each year.

Aaron Favila/AP Photo

Filipino police displayed their taped-up pistols at Camp Crame in suburban Quezon, north of Manila, on Tuesday. The Philippines is working to thwart the traditional New Year’s celebratory gunfire that injures or kills several people each year.

Noel Celis/AFP/Getty Images
A flagellant whipped his back with bamboo during the re-enactment of the  crucifixion of Jesus Christ in Manila Thursday. About 75 million  Filipinos, out of a national population of 93 million, are Catholics, a  legacy of the country’s Spanish colonial past.

Noel Celis/AFP/Getty Images

A flagellant whipped his back with bamboo during the re-enactment of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ in Manila Thursday. About 75 million Filipinos, out of a national population of 93 million, are Catholics, a legacy of the country’s Spanish colonial past.

Pat Roque/AP Photo
Philippine Iguanas considered endangered species are silhouetted  inside a container at the city veterinary office before their handover  to proper authorities Saturday, June 19, 2010 in suburban Pasay City,  south of Manila, Philippines. A variety of endangered species were  rescued by authorities from pet shops in the city.

Pat Roque/AP Photo

Philippine Iguanas considered endangered species are silhouetted inside a container at the city veterinary office before their handover to proper authorities Saturday, June 19, 2010 in suburban Pasay City, south of Manila, Philippines. A variety of endangered species were rescued by authorities from pet shops in the city.

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