As death toll of drug-related killings across the nation rise to almost 2,000, members of the newly formed Stop The Killings Network held a Metro-wide candle lighting activity dubbed as #LightForLife to demand an end to extrajudicial killings, respect for human life and due process.

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Around 600 students, faculty and administrators joined the candle lighting activity at Letran. (Manila Today Photo)
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Around 600 students, faculty and administrators joined the candle lighting activity at Letran. (Manila Today Photo)
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Around 600 students, faculty and administrators joined the candle lighting activity at Letran. (Manila Today Photo)

Eulogio “Amang” Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology (EARIST), Manila

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Students of EARIST join #LightForLife to call justice for their schoolmate who was among the victims of extrajudicial killings. (Manila Today Photo/EARIST Technozette)
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Students of EARIST join #LightForLife to call justice for their schoolmate who was among the victims of extrajudicial killings. (Manila Today Photo/EARIST Technozette)
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Students of EARIST join #LightForLife to call justice for their schoolmate who was among the victims of extrajudicial killings. (Manila Today Photo/Kabataan Party-list EARIST)

Technological University of the Philippines – Manila

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Students of TUP-Manila lighted candles along Taft Avenue (Kabataan Party-list – TUP Photo)
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Students of TUP-Manila lighted candles along Taft Avenue (Kabataan Party-list – TUP Photo)

Sto. Domingo Church, Quezon City

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Stop the Killings Network call on President Duterte to immediately stop the killings and respect human rights and the right to life. (Manila Today Photo/Mel Matthew Doctor)
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A candle lighting protest at Sto. Domingo Church in Quezon City to call against extrajudicial killings. (Manila Today Photo/Mel Matthew Doctor)
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Members of Stop the Killings Network portray dead bodies that were killed in relation to the anti-drug campaign of President Duterte during metro-wide candle lighting protest at Sto. Domingo Church in Quezon City. (Manila Today Photo/Mel Matthew Doctor)

Monumento, Caloocan City

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Stop the Killings Network in Caloocan City lighted torch to call against killings. (Contributed Photo)
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Stop the Killings Network in Caloocan City lighted torch to call against killings. (Contributed Photo)

Baclaran Church, Parañaque

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Churchgoers at Baclaran Church light candles in support for the call to stop the killings. (Contributed Photo)
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Churchgoers at Baclaran Church light candles in support for the call to stop the killings. (Contributed Photo)

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Alabang, Muntinlupa City

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Residents of Alaban light candles in front of Our Lady of the Abandoned Church. (Manila Today Photo/Naj Gamora)
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Residents of Alaban light candles in front of Our Lady of the Abandoned Church. (Manila Today Photo/Naj Gamora)
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Residents of Alaban light candles in front of Our Lady of the Abandoned Church. (Manila Today Photo/Naj Gamora)

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