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A baby monkey sucks milk from its mother's teat near a temple in Chumphon. (Photo by Chinawat Singha)


Thailand Post organises an event to promote World Cup postcards. (Photo by Jiraporn Kuhakan)


The Interior Ministry has opened one-stop service centres in seven provinces for registering foreign workers. (Photo by Pattanapong Hirunard)


A motorcycle-taxi driver points to a fare poster put up at his queue in Nakhon Ratchasima. The move, initiated by the military junta, will prevent motorcycle taxi drivers from overcharging passengers. (Photo by Prasit Tangprasert)


Miss Universe Myanmar 2014 contestants wearing swimsuit pose for photographs at Karon beach. (EPA photo)


A boy visits China's Anti-Japanese War museum at the Marco Polo bridge, or Lugouqiao, in west Beijing on the 77th anniversary of the Marco Polo Bridge incident, a skirmish between Chinese and Japanese troops that served as a pretext for Tokyo's forces to seize Beijing and trigger the Sino-Japanese war. (AFP photo)


Smoke rises after an Israeli missile strike hit Gaza City. (AFP photo)


The International Commerce Centre (ICC), centre, stands in the West Kowloon district of Hong Kong. (Bloomberg photo)


A Muslim worshipper prays after attending early morning prayers during the holy fasting month of Ramadan at Wazir Khan mosque in Lahore. (Reuters photo)


A general view for the Colosseum while removing a part of the scaffolding in Rome. (EPA photo)

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In today's photo gallery, we feature monkeys in Chumphon, a centre for registering foreign workers, Miss Universe Myanmar 2014 contestants, China's Anti-Japanese War museum and many more.

  • Published: 07 Jul 2014
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