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Three monkeys sit on a fence outside Phra Prang Sam Yod in Lop Buri. (Photo by Pattanapong Hirunard)


A general view of high-rise buildings in Bangkok's Sukhumvit business district. (Photo by Kosol Nakachol)


US ambassador to Thailand Kristie Kenney is greeted by ML Panadda Diskul, permanent secretary of the Prime Minister's Office, at Government House. (Photo by Jiraporn Kuhakan)


Police on duty at an intersection in Chiang Mai, where they are watching for drivers overtaking illegally, stopping over the white line, blocking intersections, driving the wrong way and using fake licence plates. (Photo by Cheewin Sattha)


Twenty-six people, including students, fall ill after inhaling a gaseous leak from the Laem Chabang port. (Photo by Jerdsak Saenthongcharoen)


About 600 workers from the South Korean owned 'Master Sports' Footwear factory march to the Embassy of the Republic of Korea demanding their receivable wages and compensation as the owner shut down the factory in Myanmar four weeks ago. (EPA photo)


US golfer Tiger Woods chips onto the 5th green during his first round on the opening day of the 2014 British Open Golf Championship at Royal Liverpool Golf Course in England. (AFP photo)


A woman poses for pictures beside a work of art entitled 'Smoking Dildo' by British artist George Passmore and Italian artist Gilbert Prousch, better known as 'Gilbert and George', at the White Cube gallery in central London. (AFP photo)


A cow is silhouetted against the rising sun as it stands on a pasture at the Loferer Alm, in the Austrian province of Salzburg. (AP photo)


A Palestinian butcher works on a market stall in Gaza City. (EPA photo)

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In today's photo gallery, we feature monkeys in Lop Buri, the US ambassador to Thailand, students falling ill, workers protesting in Myanmar, a cow and a butcher.

  • Published: 17 Jul 2014
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