In Photos: The Wounded and the Dead

President Rodrigo Duterte pays last respect to one of the victims killed in a bombing incident in Davao City on September 3. KEWS BULACLAC/ PPD
President Rodrigo Duterte pays last respect to one of the victims killed in a bombing incident in Davao City on September 3. KEWS BULACLAC/PPD/northboundasia.com

President Rodrigo Duterte tries to comfort families of victims following a bombing incident in Davao City that left 14 people dead and 60 injured on September 3. KEWS BULACLAC/ PPD
President Rodrigo Duterte tries to comfort families of victims following a bombing incident in Davao City that left 14 people dead and 60 injured on September 3. KEWS BULACLAC/ PPD/northboundasia.com

President Rodrigo Duterte looks at the remains of victims of the Roxas night market bombing on September 3. KEWS BULACLAC/PPD
President Rodrigo Duterte looks at the remains of victims of the Roxas night market bombing on September 3. KEWS BULACLAC/PPD
President Rodrigo Duterte looks at the remains of victims of the Roxas night market bombing on September 3. KEWS BULACLAC/PPD
President Rodrigo Duterte looks at the remains of victims of the Roxas night market bombing on September 3. KEWS BULACLAC/PPD/northboundasia.com

President Rodrigo Duterte tends to the wounded victims of the Roxas night market bombing lying in Southern Philippines Medical Center in Davao City.  KEWS BULACLAC/PPD
President Rodrigo Duterte tends to the wounded victims of the Roxas night market bombing lying in Southern Philippines Medical Center in Davao City. KEWS BULACLAC/PPD/northboundasia.com

President Rodrigo Duterte tends to the wounded victims of the Roxas night market bombing lying in Southern Philippines Medical Center in Davao City.  KEWS BULACLAC/PPD
President Rodrigo Duterte tends to the wounded victims of the Roxas night market bombing lying in Southern Philippines Medical Center in Davao City. KEWS BULACLAC/PPD/northboundasia.com