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Around 500 people from Sam Khok district of Pathum Thani, which was affected by flooding last year, gather to block Santisuk intersection to protest against unequal flood compensation payments. Photo by Patipat Janthong.

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A poodle named Pookie breastfeeds two orphaned kittens. The kittens were adopted by the dog's owner, Saguan Sermsuk of Pathum Thani, after they were abandoned on the street. Photo by Apichit Jinakul.

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138 live pangolins are displayed at a press conference after the Customs Department confiscated the animals at a petrol station in Chumphon's Muang district. The pangolins, worth around one million baht in total were about to be smuggled to East Asian countries via Nong Khai province. Photo by Pawat Laopaisarntaksin.

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A group of blind volunteers gather in the formation of a smiling face at the Happy Smile Blind Event near the Grand Palace in Bangkok. The activity was organised by the Friends of the Blind Volunteer Association of Thailand to announce the country's readiness to host the World Blind Union and International Council for Education of People with Visual Impairment joint meeting in November. Photo by Pawat Laopaisarntaksin.

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A man sprays coconut oil to varnish a carved candle sculpture from Ubon Ratchathani province. The candle sculpture is a part of a parade to celebrate Buddha Jayanti. Photo by Apichart Jinakul.

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A Buddhist-themed flower parade is arranged as part of a ceremony to move Buddha relics from the Grand Palace to Sanam Luang in celebration of Buddha Jayanti, the 2,600 years of Buddha's enlightenment. Photo by Seksan Rojjanametakul.

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  • Published: 01 Jun 2012
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