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An aerial view of Government House, which is under renovation. (Photo by Krit Promsaka na Sakolnakorn)


A fire destroyed an insulation storage warehouse in Lat Krabang, Bangkok. (Photo by Pattanapong Hirunard)


A Channel 7 news reporter has a wheel of his car clamped as part of a police campaign to reduce traffic violations. (Photo by Thiti Wannamontha)


Footpaths along a section of Sukhumvit Road appear more in order as authorities discourage shopowners and hawkers from occupying the walking area. (Photo by Somchai Poomlard)


Flash floods hit eight villages in Nan province. A 60-year-old man went missing and military personnel have been deployed to help villagers. (Photo by Rarinthorn Phetcharoen)


Boys play at a canal of a rice paddy field on the outskirts of Phnom Penh. (Reuters photo)


A man and a pig make their way through flood water on a makeshift raft in Lishui, east China's Zhejiang province. (AFP photo)


Filipino protesters wearing masks of Philippine Vice President Jejomar Binay show thumbs down signs in rally outside the Philippine Senate in Pasay City, south of Manila. (EPA photo)


Black smoke billows in the distance following an Israeli airstrike from the northern Gaza Strip neighborhood. (EPA photo)


This picture taken with an underwater camera shows Britain's Jazmin Carlin competing in the heats of the women's 800m Freestyle event at the 32nd LEN European Swimming Championships. (AFP photo)

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In today's photo gallery, we feature an aerial view of Government House, flash floods in Nan, tidy footpaths on Sukhumvit Road, and a Chinese man and a pig on a makeshift raft.

  • Published: 20 Aug 2014
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