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THE DAY IN PHOTOS: June 25, 2019



People refresh themselves in a pond on the terrace of the Trocadero in Paris on Monday, while temperatures rise to 33 degrees Celsius. Forecasters say Europeans will feel scorching heat this week with temperatures of up to 40 degrees Celsius in a "unprecedented" June heatwave that hits much of Western Europe. Christophe Archambault, AFP

Climate activists wearing Pikachu costumes stage a parade and flag protest in front of the Japanese Embassy along Roxas Boulevard in Manila on Tuesday. Demonstrators urged Japan, which heads the G20, to end coal financing worldwide and invest in sustainable and renewable energy projects. Maria Tan, News from ABS-CBN

Floodwater remains in a low-lying residential area in Barangay Tatalon, in the town of Quezon on Tuesday. The heavy downpour of Tuesday morning flooded low areas around Greater Manila, days after PAGASA announced the start of the rainy season. Mark Demayo, News ABS-CBN

Tarpaulins are used to cover part of a construction site in Parañaque after a wall made of galvanized iron sheets collapsed due to heavy morning rains on Tuesday, injuring 4. The downpour, caused by the southwest monsoon, also flooded parts of the region metropolitan area of ​​Manila making roads impassable. Manny Palmero, News from ABS-CBN

A handyman drills a galvanized metal plate at the site as storm clouds hover over a residence in Manila on Tuesday. According to PAGASA, a tropical depression has formed and was called "Dodong", which can cause rains in various parts of the country. Jonathan Cellona, ​​News from ABS-CBN

A girl crosses the street with her mother in heavy rain on JP Rizal Makati Avenue on Tuesday. Residents of the Manila metropolitan area and surrounding areas should expect monsoon rains even when parts of the subway are filled with water as the water level of the Angat dam continues to drop. George Calvelo, News from ABS-CBN


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