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Lottery vendors, some of whom are handicapped, wait in line to register for an allotment of tickets from the Government Lottery Office. (Photo by Krit Promsaka na Sakolnakorn)


A man runs across a road in Bangkok. Police say they will step up enforcement of traffic laws and target jaywalkers. (Photo by Thanarak Khunton)


The Customs Department will hold an auction of 240 seized smuggled cars at its headquarters in Bangkok next Monday. (Photo by Chanat Somchai Poomlard)


Some members of the National Legislative Assembly take a anp during a meeting to deliberate draft laws proposed by Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha. (Photo by Chanat Katanyu)


A forest flood, triggered by heavy rainfall, has hit a village in Petchabun's Muang district. (Photo by Suntorn Khongwarakhom)


Thai blueberries, known as mak mao, are mostly grown by farmers in Sakon Nakhon. The fruit is being used to produce wine. (Photo by Supawat Thongseang)


A pair of red-collared doves built a nest on a railway barrier on Malabiang Road in Phitsanulok. (Photos by Chinawat Singha)


Experts from a Japanese firm demonstrate the use of "Ninja-tech" inspection technology to employees of the Expressway Authority of Thailand. This equipment helps inspectors reach high spots without a hydraulic lifter. (Photo by Pawat Laopaisarntaksin)


Soldiers inspect the Correctional Institution for Young Offenders in Nakhon Si Thammarat and find forbidden gambling gear and tattoo equipment, but no illegal drugs. (Photo by Nucharee Rakrun)


An immigrant worker unloads sacks of rice from a barge to a cargo ship on the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok. (Reuters photo)


Motorists ride past a large billboard with an image of late president Ho Chi Minh, founder of today's communist Vietnam, on display in downtown Hanoi. (AFP photo)


In this long exposure photo, vehicles make their ways on a road as Sule pagoda is illuminated in downtown Yangon, Myanmar. (AP photo)


A woman reads a prayer book during a religious service marking the Day of the Virgin Mary at Sioni Cathedral in Tbilisi. (Reuters photo)


Three lion cups play while their mother guards the outdoor enclosure at the zoo in Hannover, Germany. (AP photo)


Spanish leader of feminist movement Femen Lara Alcazar, left, and other members gestures during a demonstration in Madrid. Written on their bodies you can read "Stop rape", Rape = Spanish brand", "No is no" and "Rape, is not a tradition". (AFP photo)

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In today's photo gallery, we feature a flood-hit village, Thai blueberries, Ninja-tech, a bird's nest on a railway barrier, three lion cubs and a feminist movement in Spain.

  • Published: 28 Aug 2014
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