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Two M79 grenade rounds were fired into the anti-government support group camping out at the Democracy Monument early Thursday. A man died from wounds suffered in the attack. (Photo by Apichart Jinakul)


The arrival of leaders and supporters of the People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) brings a quick end to the meeting between election commissioners and and the caretaker government at the Royal Thai Air Force headquarters in northern Bangkok on Thursday morning. (Photo by Krit Promsaka na Sakolnakorn)


Thailand has called on the Vietnamese government to protect its citizens and companies as anti-China spearheaded by workers continued on Thursday. (Photo by Achara Ashayagachat)


Green tea magnate Tan Passakornnatee, who recently listed his Ichitan Group on the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET), is expanding into fruit juices with the 1.78-billion-baht purchase of the Bireley trademark, its formula and production facilities from Sunny Herb International Beverage Co. (Photo by Saranyaporn Tapaonoi)


A huge fire broke out on Thursday at the dump site in Ayutthaya province. (Photo by Sunthorn Khngvrakom)


A young student cries as most schools across the country resume classes Thursday. (Photo by Somchai Poomlard)


Sevilla's supporters celebrate the victory of their team after the UEFA Europa League final football match Sevilla FC vs SL Benfica, at the Rocio Jurado auditorium in Sevilla on Wednesday night. Sevilla won 4-2 on penalties. (AFP photo)


What's a selfie worth? If it's from Andy Warhol and made with a silkscreen rather than a smartphone, the answer is millions. A series of six of the eccentric American artist's self-portraits sold at auction in New York for US$30.1 million. (AFP photo)

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The photo gallery features a selection of photos of different events in Thailand and other countries on May 15, 2014.

  • Published: 15 May 2014
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