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The Portuguese navy training ship Sagres, with 150 crew on board, arrives at Klong Toey port in Bangkok yesterday. The visit marks 500 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries. The ship is open for public visits until Wednesday.

Democrat candidate Suthep Thuagsuban signs a T-shirt for an admirer at a wet market in Muang district, Surat Thani, as he campaign for the by-election on October 30. He is running aginst Puea Thai candidate Voravut Vichaidit.

Staff from Dusit Zoo and the National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department capture a macaque that was found running amok at a school on Sukhumvit Soi 15 yesterday. A tranquilliser gun was used on the macaque before it was taken to the department’s headquarters where it is now being looked after. KOSOL NAKACHOL

Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva visits the offices of Post Publishing Plc, the publisher of the BangkokPost and PostToday newspapers and meets its executives yesterday. Accompanying the prime minister are Suthikiati Chirathivat, left, chairman of the executive committee; Worachai Bhicharnchitr, right, director and executive director; Supakorn Vejjajiva, second right, president and chief operating officer; and Pichai Chuensuksawadi, fourth right, editor-in-chief. SOMCHAI POOMLARD

A firefighter wearing protective gear walks through a street flooded by toxic red sludge in Devecser, Hungary, yesterday.

Germany's Mesut Ozil, right, fights for the ball with Turkey's Oemer Erdogan.

Answers

1. b
2. Suthep Thuagsuban.
3. He was in Surat Thani.
4. He was campaigning (for votes in the October 30 by-election)
5. b
6. a
7. c
8. d

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