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A villager catches an alligator in a canal in Sukhothai. (Photo by Phubas Faites)


Authorities demolish a seaside restaurant in Hua Hin which encroached upon a beach. (Photo by Chaiwat Sardyaem)


Rescue workers and soldiers use excavators to clear debris at the site of a building collapse in Pathum Thani. (Photo by Krit Promsaka na Sakolnakorn)


The Airport Rail Link has reached its 1-million-kilometre mark. Samart Ratchaponsit, a former MP of the Democrat Party, says the rail system urgently needs to undergo a maintenance inspection. (Photo by Jiraporn Kuhakan)


Students and teachers from Donmuang Technical College provide free eye check-ups to elderly people and give away eyeglasses at a booth near the Education Ministry. (Photo by Pawat Laopaisarntaksin)


People jog in a park across from Malaysia's landmark Petronas Twin Towers as they loom in the backgrond in Kuala Lumpur. (AFP photo)


Tourists surf at a beach in Kuta, Bali. (EPA photo)


Cambodian Buddhist monks and protesters meditate for five minutes during a protest at a blocked street near the Vietnamese Embassy in Phnom Penh. (AP photo)


A Pro-Russian rebel standing at a block-post in the outskirts of Donetsk seen through the bullet riddled windshield of the bus. (AP photo)


A woman walks past a mural depicting actor Robin Williams in downtown Belgrade. (AFP photo)


A bee sits on a sunflower in Sehnde near Hanover, central Germany. (AFP photo)

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In today's photo gallery, we feature an alligator gar, a seaside restaurant being demolished, the collapsed building in Pathum Thani, protesting monks in Phnom Penh and a mural of Robin Williams.

  • Published: 13 Aug 2014
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