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A group of face-painted animal lovers from social networks file a petition with the Interior Ministry against dog meat trafficking, particularly in Nakhon Phanom and Sakon Nakhon. Photo by Apichart Jinakul.


A man shows off a big catfish that he caught in a flooded rice field in Phitsanulok's Bangrakum district. Photo by Thiti Wannamontha.


Residents hop on a tractor to travel along flooded roads in Sukhothai's Sukhothai Thani district. Photo by Phongthai Wattanavanitvut.


A volunteer from the SOS Foundation offers abandoned kittens for adoption. The kittens were on display at the job creation fair held in Her Majesty the Queen's honour at Suan Amporn Garden. Photo by Chanat Katanyu.


Environmental activists and university students protest at Victory Monument to show their opposition to the planned construction of the 13 billion baht Mae Wong dam project in Nakhon Sawan and the Kaeng Sua Ten dam in Phrae. Photo by Patipat Janthong


Visitors look at handicrafts made from "ya faek" (vetiver grass) at the "Miracle Vetiver Grass" exhibition held at Siam Paragon in Bangkok. The event, hosted by the Chaipattana Foundation and allied organisations, will run until Sunday Sep 16. Photo by Pawat Laopaisarntaksin.


Thai Red Cross Society staff wrap a strip of cloth around the ankle of an artificial limb as part of an activity to mark World First Aid Day amid celebrations for the Queen's 80th birthday. Photo by Pattanapong Hirunard.

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From protests over the proposed Mae Wong dam to flooding in Sukhothai, enjoy these interesting images from around Thailand, captured by Post Photographers over the past seven days.

  • Published: 14 Sep 2012
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