1. Various of grieving relatives and friends of 19 year-old Carl Angelo Arnaiz crying and hugging each other before walking up to his casket
2. Wide of church altar with relatives and friends queuing to pay their respects
3. Woman offering her condolences to Carl Angelo's family
4. Woman hugging Carl's sister Camille Arnaiz
5. Arnaiz's mother crying
6. Camille Arnaiz at the altar standing with an unidentified man
7. SOUNDBITE (Tagalog) Camille Arnaiz, sister of Carlo Angelo Arnaiz: ++AUDIO AS INCOMING++
"I would like to thank the people who offered their condolences to our family, to everyone who loved my brother, to our family, to all his friends and for those who believe that he is innocent thank you very much."
8. Wide of men carrying casket
9. Family members crying
10. Workers placing casket into slot
11. Relatives placing flowers on casket
12. Protesters holding placards reading (English) "Stop the killings" and "Justice for Carl"
13. SOUNDBITE (English) Shari Oliquino, School friend of Carl Arnaiz:
"We are actually here to seek justice not only for Carl but for each and every victim of the extra judicial killings under the (President Rodrigo) Duterte regime. Now we see that Carl is another victim of President Duterte's notorious war on drugs."
14. Protesters chanting (Tagalog) "Fight for Justice and holding placard "Stop the Killings!"
Family and friends of a teenager who was killed in an alleged shootout with members of the Philippine police last month attended his funeral in Manila on Tuesday.
According to the police, Carl Angelo Arnaiz, aged 19, robbed a taxi driver along a road in Caloocan City and took the driver's wallet before fleeing the scene.
The taxi driver, according to the police, sought their assistance and Arnaiz fired at the responding policemen, prompting them to retaliate.
Police said the driver's wallet was recovered at the crime scene.
They also claimed that three packs of a suspected methamphetamine drug were found in Arnaiz's backpack and marijuana leaves in his pocket.
However, Arnaiz's parents have denied that their son was involved in the illegal drug trade, noting that he was a former University of the Philippines student who graduated with honours.
A renewed police crackdown on the drug trade and other crimes in the Philippines led to the killings of more than 80 suspects in purported firefights in just three days last month, the bloodiest few days under President Rodrigo Duterte's anti-drug and anti-crime campaign.
The huge death toll has alarmed many human rights groups and even political allies of the president and prompted official investigations, including by the Senate and the House of Representatives.