1. Top shot as van with Kian Loyd delos Santos coffin passes with crowd behind
2. Wide of banner reading (English) 'Stop the Killings, end Impunity'
3. People carrying Kian's coffin
4. Kian's parents crying in front of coffin inside the church
5. Top shot of funeral march
6. Pull out of funeral march inside cemetery
7. Tight of coffin being carried
9. SOUNDBITE (Tagalog) Father Flaviano Villanueva, local clergyman:
"I am here mourning with the famiIy of Kian, with his father Saldy, to (his mother) Elsa, and to all his siblings. We are here to prove the young boy's innocence based on how we knew the family. We are united with the country in its crusade against drugs and its effects. However, we cannot allow - and it is not right - to kill, whether it's an innocent person, someone who's wronged, or someone involved with drugs. Kian is a very simple child according to his friends, neighbours, and everyone who's met him. The problem is not simply drugs. The problem is poverty. Justice cannot be attained by killing, but rather by following the right procedures as imposed by the law. These are things we will continue to fight for, as Kian became a symbol. As our beloved bishop said, Kian's death, and Kian's burial is a thorn that burst open the sleeping hearts and consciences of the Filipino people. This is proof that the country itself is screaming: enough is enough, and we should end these killings."
A Filipino teenager at the centre of the latest outcry against the President Rodrigo Duterte's bloody crackdown against illegal drugs was buried on Saturday.
Mourners at the funeral protested against the thousands of drug killings that have taken place under Duterte's term in office.
Many carried placards that read "Stop the Killings" during the funeral march before Kian Loyd delos Santos was interred at a suburban cemetery in metropolitan Manila.
The 17-year-old student, who wanted to become a police officer, was one of more than 80 drug and crime suspects who were killed in purported gunbattles with police over three days last week in the bloodiest few days of President Rodrigo Duterte's anti-drug campaign.
The killings sparked alarm and investigations by the Senate and others.