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Protesters flash the three finger protest gesture during a rally outside the headquarters of the Siam Commercial Bank, a publicly-held company in which the Thai king is the biggest shareholder in Bangkok Thailand. Pro-democracy demonstrators in Thailand on Wednesday again took to the streets of the capital, even as the government escalated its legal battle against them, reviving the use of a harsh law against defaming the monarchy.

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Thai King Maha Vajiralongkorn, left and Queen Suthida, right meet supporters after attending a ceremony to mark an anniversary of the death of King Vajiravudh in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Protesters flash the three-finger protest gesture during a rally in Bangkok Thailand. Thai authorities have escalated their legal battle against the students leading pro-democracy protests, charging 12 of them with violating a harsh law against defaming the monarchy.

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Riot police stand in formation as pro-democracy protesters throw smoke bombs near the Parliament in Bangkok. Thailand's political battleground shifted to the country's Parliament Tuesday, where lawmakers are considering proposals to amend the country's constitution, one of the core demands of the student-led pro-democracy movement.

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In this undated handout photo provided by Defence PRO, 30th edition of India-Thailand Coordinated Patrol (Indo-Thai CORPAT) between the Indian Navy and the Royal Thai Navy.

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King Maha Vajiralongkorn and Queen Suthida greet supporters in Bangkok, Thailand. Under increasing pressure from protesters demanding reforms to the monarchy, Thailand's king and queen met Sunday with thousands of adoring supporters in Bangkok, mixing with citizens in the street after attending a religious ceremony inside the Grand Palace.

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Pro-democracy protesters perform on a mock "red carpet" fashion show billed as a sort of counterpoint to a fashion show being held by one of the monarchy's princesses nearby in Bangkok, Thailand. The protesters continued to gather led by their three main demands of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha's resignation, changes to a constitution that was drafted under military rule and reforms to the constitutional monarchy. Sign reads "Winter Collection" upside-down.

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A supporter of the Thai monarchy displays an image of King Maha Vajiralongkorn and Queen Suthida during a gathering outside German Embassy in central Bangkok, Thailand.

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Pro-democracy activists march to the Government House, prime minister's office during a protest march in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Pro-democracy activists protest in front of Government House, the prime minister's offices in Bangkok, Thailand. Thailand's prime minister pleaded with his countrymen to resolve their political differences through Parliament, as student-led protests seeking to bring his government down continued for an eighth straight day.

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Pro-democracy activists flash three-fingered salutes at Victory Monument in Bangkok, Thailand. Student activists applied to a Bangkok court to revoke a state of emergency the government declared last week to try to rein in Thailand's growing protests.

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Pro-democracy activists flash three-fingered salutes during a demonstration at Kaset intersection, suburbs of Bangkok, Thailand. Thai authorities worked Monday to stem a growing tide of protests calling for the prime minister to resign by threatening to censor news coverage, raiding a publishing house and attempting to block the Telegram messaging app used by demonstrators.

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Pro-democracy demonstrators gather in an intersection of a business district in Bangkok, Thailand. Thailand‚ prime minister has rejected calls for his resignation as his government steps up efforts to stop student-led protesters from rallying in the capital for a second day in defiance of a strict state of emergency.

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Hundreds of pro-democracy protesters gather in a business district in Bangkok, Thailand. Thailand‚ prime minister has rejected calls for his resignation as his government steps up efforts to stop student-led protesters from rallying in the capital for a second day in defiance of a strict state of emergency.

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Pro-democracy leader Arnon Nampha, wearing glasses, talks to protesters urging demonstration in Bangkok, Thailand. Thai police dispersed a group of protesters holding an overnight rally outside the prime minister's office.

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Protesters sleep in front of Government House during a demonstration in Bangkok, Thailand. Thai police dispersed a group of protesters holding an overnight rally outside the prime minister's office.

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Riots police officers march chasing a small group of pro-democracy protesters close to Government House in Bangkok, Thailand. Riot Police disperse encampment of pro-democracy demonstrators who had camped out overnight after they had marched to Government House – the venue of the prime minister's office on Wednesday.

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Riots police officers withdraw after chasing a small group of pro-democracy protesters close to Government House in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Anti-government protesters preparing to march from Democracy Monument to government house in Bangkok, Thailand. Anti-government protesters began gathering Wednesday for a planned rally at Bangkok's Democracy Monument being held on the anniversary of a 1973 popular uprising that led to the ousting of a military dictatorship, amid a heavy police presence and fear of clashes with political opponents.

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Anti-government protesters hold the hands together for security during a protest near Democracy Monument in Bangkok, Thailand. Thai political activists hope to keep up the momentum for their campaign for democratic change with their third major rally in the capital Bangkok on Wednesday.

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Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn and Queen Suthida talk to a monk during the annual royal Kathin ceremony at Wat Ratchabophit temple in Bangkok, Thailand. Kathin is a Buddhist religious ceremony at which robes are donated to monks at their temples, often along with living essentials such as cooking utensils and toiletries. It is a way for Buddhist laypeople to show their religious devotion.

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Pro-democracy protesters wave a flag and hold up lights during a protest at Sanam Luang in Bangkok, Thailand. Thousands of demonstrators turned out Saturday for a rally to support the student-led protest movement's demands for new elections and reform of the monarchy.

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Police officers wearing face masks stand in line, protecting the area surrounding the Grand Palace during during a protest in Bangkok, Thailand. The mass student-led rally that began Saturday is the largest in a series of protests this year, with thousands camping overnight near the royal palace, demanding for new elections and reform of the monarchy.

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Pro-democracy activities shout slogans during a protest at Thammasat University in Bangkok, Thailand.

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A pro-democracy protester with a painted face reading "Sept. 19 Coup" protests at the Thammasat University in Bangkok, Thailand. Protesters gathered in Bangkok for what was expected to be the biggest rally yet in an ongoing campaign calling for a new election and democratic reforms.

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From left, activists Parit Chiwarak, Piyarat Chongthep and Suwanna Tallek raise a three-finger salute, a symbol of resistance, as they leave the Nangloeng police station in Bangkok, Thailand. Four prominent Thai anti-government activists answered a summons at the Bangkok police station on Tuesday, the latest in a series of legal moves by the authorities to clamp down on protests that are the most serious challenge yet to Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha's administration.

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Pro-democracy activities display mobile phones with flash lights on during a protest at Democracy Monument in Bangkok, Thailand. Protesters have stepped up pressure on the government demanding to dissolve the parliament, hold new elections, amend the constitution and end intimidation of the government's opponents.

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Pro-democracy activists display replicas of flying birds during a protest at Democracy Monument in Bangkok, Thailand. Protesters have stepped up pressure on the government demanding to dissolve the parliament, hold new elections, amend the constitution and end intimidation of the government's opponents.

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Researchers catch bat in front of cave inside Sai Yok National Park in Kanchanaburi province, west of Bangkok, Thailand. Researchers in Thailand have been trekking though the countryside to catch bats in their caves in an effort to trace the murky origins of the coronavirus.

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Researchers swap samples from a bat's mouth inside Sai Yok National Park in Kanchanaburi province, west of Bangkok, Thailand. Researchers in Thailand have been trekking though the countryside to catch bats in their caves in an effort to trace the murky origins of the coronavirus.

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A giant statue of the Thai spiritual Nagkwank is dressed with a face mask at the Siam museum in Bangkok, Thailand. Nagkwank is a benevolent spirit who is deemed to bring luck and prosperity. Thai authorities allowed museum and other businesses to reopen, selectively easing restrictions against the coronavirus.

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A Thai classical dancer wearing face shield to help curb the spread of the coronavirus performs at the Erawan Shrine in Bangkok, Thailand. Thai government continues to ease restrictions related to running business in capital Bangkok that were imposed weeks ago to combat the spread of COVID-19.

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A lab technician extracts a portion of a COVID-19 vaccine candidate during testing at the Chula Vaccine Research Center, run by Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand. Researchers in Thailand claim to have promising results with the vaccination on mice, and have begun testing on monkeys.

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People eat in a food court divided by plastic sheets in Bangkok, Thailand. Thai government continue to ease restrictions related to running business in capital Bangkok that were imposed weeks ago to combat the spread of COVID-19.

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Gold jewelers work behind plastic sheets to help curb the spread of the coronavirus in Bangkok, Thailand. The Thai government continues to ease restrictions on small businesses nationwide that were imposed weeks ago to combat the spread of COVID-19.

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Customers eat street food behind plastic sheets to help curb the spread of the coronavirus in Bangkok, Thailand. Small restaurants are one of the few businesses that have been allowed to open during an easing of restrictions in Thailand's capital Bangkok imposed weeks ago to combat the spread of the coronavirus.

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Sanitation workers in protective masks to help curb the spread of the new coronavirus use a water source to wash a street and a sidewalk in Bangkok, Thailand. A month-long state of emergency remains enforced in Thailand to allow its government to impose stricter measures to control the coronavirus that has infected hundreds of people in the Southeast Asian country.

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Locals affected by the anti-coronavirus government measures wait in line to receive a free meal outside the office of volunteer group Klongtoey Dee Jung in Klong Toey slum, Bangkok, Thailand. Klongtoey Dee Jung conducts welfare projects in improvised Klong Toey slum area with hundreds of informal workers that are affected by closure of business in Thailand.

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Locals affected by the anti-coronavirus government measures receive free meals in a park in central Bangkok, Thailand. Some Buddhist monasteries and sympathizers provide meals for people in need, whose livelihoods have been affected due to the emergency regulations enforced in Thailand to control the coronavirus that has infected hundreds of people in the Southeast Asian country.

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Thai shopkeepers talk to customers as they sell gold necklace to the gold shop in Bangkok, Thailand. With gold prices rising to a seven-year high, many Thais have been flocking to gold shops to trade in their necklaces, bracelets, rings and gold bars for cash, eager to earn profits during an economic downturn.

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Men in protective face masks pull carts through a narrow alley in a fresh market in Bangkok, Thailand. A month-long state of emergency has been enforced in Thailand to allow its government to impose stricter measures to control the coronavirus that has infected hundreds of people in the Southeast Asian country. Thai government has asked people to refrain from going out to help reduce the spread of Covid-19 but yet to enforce a complete lockdown.

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People wearing a face mask to help protect him from contracting the coronavirus donate blood at the Thai Red Cross in Bangkok, Thailand. Blood donations in Thailand have fallen by half since the virus outbreak.

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In this photo released by Paolo Hospital Samutprakarn, a nurse adjusts tiny face shield for a newborn baby to protect from new coronavirus at the newborn nursery of the hospital in Samutprakarn province, central Thailand.

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Spread apart, visitors wait in line to receive a free meal at the Wat Arun Buddhist temple in Bangkok, Thailand. The Wat Arun temple is providing two free meals a day for people in need whose livelihood has been affected due to the emergency regulations enforced in Thailand to control the coronavirus.

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Thai Buddhist monks wear face shield to protect themselves from new coronavirus as they walk to collect alms from devotees in Bangkok, Thailand. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people, but for some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness or death.

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Devotees offer food to Thai Buddhist monks as they wear face shield to protect themselves from new coronavirus in Bangkok, Thailand. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people, but for some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness or death.

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Commuters wear face masks to protect themselves from a new coronavirus at a skytrain station in Bangkok, Thailand. Department of Rail Transport issued regulation requiring commuters to wear facemarks while inside station and riding on train. Thailand's government agreed to declare an emergency to take stricter measures to control the coronavirus outbreak that has infected hundreds of people in Bangkok: the Southeast Asian country. For most people, the new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough that clear up in two to three weeks. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness, including pneumonia and death.

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People practice social distancing as they sit on chairs spread apart in a waiting area for take-away food orders at a shopping mall in hopes of preventing the spread of the coronavirus in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Volunteers clean as a precaution against the new coronavirus at Wat Traimit temple in Bangkok, Thailand. Thailand's government has enacted stronger measures to combat the spread of the new coronavirus, including postponing the country's biggest holiday, shutting down schools, movie theaters and closing bars.

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A bar-woman poses for a photo while waiting for customers in a bar in Bangkok, Thailand. Thailand's government has enacted a raft of measures to combat the spread of the coronavirus, including closure of bars, karaoke parlors, movie theaters, gymnasiums, boxing stadiums and other sports venues, as ordered by provincial governors. Such venues in Bangkok will be closed for two weeks beginning Wednesday.

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Thai people, some wearing protective masks gather in a street market in Bangkok, Thailand. For most people, the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms. For some, especially older adults it can cause more severe illness.

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Health officials check students' temperatures as middle school students arrive to take an entrance examination for high school in Bangkok, Thailand. Thailand reported its first death form COVID -19 illness on Sunday.

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Middle school students wear protective masks as they take an entrance examination for high school in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Pro-democracy students gather to participate in a large rally as pictures of Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha and deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan are displayed in the foreground at Thammasat University in Pathum Thani, north of Bangkok, Thailand. Thailand's normally docile students have been holding large rallies around the country, triggered by a court ruling dissolving a popular opposition political party whose democracy-promoting policies had attracted substantial support among younger Thais.

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Buddhist monks sit during a ceremony to reopen the Terminal 21 shopping mall in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand. The worst-ever mass shooting in the country took place at the shopping mall over the weekend.

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A speedboat used for tourists is heavily damaged after it collided with another speedboat off the resort island of Phuket. Two Russian children died in the collision and twenty other passengers of the boats were brought to hospitals to check their condition, police said.

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Members of the Thai special forces carry the coffin a fellow officer killed in a mass shooting, at a military airport in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand. Thai officials said the attack was carried out by a single gunman, a disgruntled soldier who opened fire on strangers before he was fatally shot Sunday at a shopping mall.

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In this photo released by the Thai Government Spokesman Office, Thailand's Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha visits the injured following a mass shooting at a shopping mall in Korat, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand. Thai officials say a soldier who went on a shooting rampage and killed numerous people and injured dozens more has been shot dead inside a mall in northeastern Thailand.

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A nurse monitors an emergency ward with victims of a mass shooting in Korat, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand. Thai officials say a soldier who went on a shooting rampage and killed numerous people and injured dozens of others has been shot dead inside the mall in northeastern Thailand.

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People comfort the relative of a victim in the mass shooting in Korat, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand. Thai officials say a soldier who went on a shooting rampage and killed numerous people and injured dozens more has been shot dead inside a mall in northeastern Thailand.

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A relative of a missing person waits outside the emergency room where victims of the mass shooting are being treated in Korat, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand. Thai officials say a soldier who went on a shooting rampage and killed numerous people and injured dozens more has been shot dead inside a mall in northeastern Thailand.

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Indian tennis player Ankita Raina poses with with partner Bibiane Schoofs after winning her second consecutive ITF title in Nonthaburi, Thailand. (PTI2_8_2020_000261B)

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Armed commando soldiers carry a person out of Terminal 21 Korat mall in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand. A gunman described as a soldier angry over a financial dispute killed a few people and then went on a far bloodier rampage in northeastern Thailand, shooting as he drove to the busy mall where shoppers fled in terror.

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A group of armed commando soldiers are seen outside Terminal 21 Korat mall, in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand. A soldier who holed up in a popular shopping mall in northeastern Thailand shot multiple people on Saturday, killing at least 20 and injuring 31 others, officials said.

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Bullet holes mark the glass wall of the Terminal 21 Korat mall in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand. Thai officials say a soldier who went on a shooting rampage and killed numerous people and injured dozens of others has been shot dead inside a mall in northeastern Thailand.

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Police and bystanders stand near the scene of a shooting at the Terminal 21 mall, in Korat, Thailand. Police in northeastern Thailand said a soldier shot multiple people on Saturday, killing more than 10, and was holed up at a popular shopping mall.

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In this photo provided by Thai Government Spokesmen's office, a health worker watches thermal images monitoring arriving passengers at Suvarnabhumi International airport to help detect passengers who may be infected with new coronavirus virus in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Hospital directors and provincial public health officials gather to participate in a medical preparedness meeting to face the threat of new coronavirus outbreak in Bangkok, Thailand. The death toll rose to 170 in the new virus outbreak in China as foreign evacuees from the worst-hit region begin returning home under close observation and world health officials expressed "great concern" that the disease is starting to spread between people outside of China.

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A journalist with a face mark reports a gathering of hospital directors and provincial public health officials in a medical preparedness meeting to face the threat of new coronavirus virus outbreak in Bangkok, Thailand. Foreign evacuees from the worst-hit region began returning home under close observation and world health officials expressed "great concern" that the disease is starting to spread between people outside of China.

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In this photo provided by Thai Government Spokesmen's office, Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, centre, removes his face mask to speak to journalists during a visit to Suvarnabhumi International airport to inspect measures in place to monitor passengers as they arrive potentially carrying the new coronavirus virus, in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn, back of vehicle at right and Queen Suthida, review the royal guard during Armed Forces Day at Adisorn military camp's Cavalry Centre at Saraburi province central Thailand.

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Fireworks explode over the Chao Phraya River during New Year celebrations in Bangkok, Thailand

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Students hold special filters to watch a solar eclipse from the Santiratwitthayalai School in Bangkok, Thailand.

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The moon begins to travel a path across the sun during a partial eclipse visible from Bangkok, Thailand.

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Students take a picture of a reflection of a partial solar eclipse at a school in Bangkok, Thailand.

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A nurse adjusts the outfits of newborn babies dressed in Santa costumes on Christmas eve at the Synphaet hospital in Bangkok, Thailand.

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An elephant dressed in a Santa Claus costume offers gifts to children at the Jirasartwitthaya school during Christmas celebrations in Ayutthaya province, north of Bangkok, Thailand.

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Queen Suthida, center, marches as King Maha Vajiralongkorn is transported on the royal palanquin by royal bearers during the Royal Procession marking the end of the coronation ceremony for King Maha Vajiralongkorn, outside the Grand Palace in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn is transported on the royal palanquin during the Royal Procession outside the Grand Palace in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Well-wishers hold the portraits of Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn and Queen Suthida outside the Grand Palace in Bangkok, Thailand. Thailand's King attended the Royal Barge Procession, considered the final phase in his coronation as King Rama X. The ceremonial water-borne procession reserved for the river journeys of kings in royal ceremonies will be the first in the present reign.

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Students practice flipping boards with photos to reveal a full-mosaic portrait of Pope Francis before a Holy Mass at National Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Police officials inspect a shooting scene at a security checkpoint in Yala province, Thailand. Gunmen in insurgency-wracked southern Thailand killed 15 village defense volunteers and wounded five security personnel in what is believed to be the deadliest attack on government forces since the separatist rebellion began 15 years ago.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a group photo with other world leaders at the 3rd RCEP Summit in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a meeting with his Australian counterpart Scott John Morrison on the sidelines of ASEAN 2019, in Bangkok, Thailand.

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From left, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and Thailand Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha talk before a group photo at The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit in Nonthaburi, Thailand.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi (4th R) in a group photograph with other world leaders, at the 14th East Asia Summit, in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi shakes hands with his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe during a bilateral meeting on the sidelines of 16th India-ASEAN Summit, in Bangkok, Thailand.

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From Left to Right; India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Indonesia's President Joko Widodo, and Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe talk before a group photo during the East Asia summit in Nonthaburi, Thailand.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi shakes hands with Indonesian President Joko Widodo on the sidelines of the 16th ASEAN-India Summit, in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi being received by his Thai counterpart Prayut Chan-o-cha during the Gala Dinner, in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a group photo with other leaders during the Gala Dinner, in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi walks to her seat after posing for a group photo during ASEAN-China summit in Nonthaburi, Thailand

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Thailand Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha delivers a speech during the opening ceremony of the 35th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) meeting in Nonthaburi, Thailand

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses at the 16th ASEAN-India Summit, in Bangkok, Thailand

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses at the Golden Jubilee celebrations of Aditya Birla Group, in Bangkok, Thailand

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Golden Jubilee celebrations of Aditya Birla Group, in Bangkok, Thailand

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks during The Association of Southeast Asian Nations ASEAN-India summit in Nonthaburi, Thailand

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi gives a thumbs-up to Thailand Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha after transmission glitch to his voice receiver was fixed during the Association of Southeast Asian Nations ASEAN-India summit in Nonthaburi, Thailand

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, center, makes his way through delegates after a group photo with The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) leaders during ASEAN-India summit in Nonthaburi, Thailand

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, fourth left, laughs as he poses for a group photo with The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) leaders, from left, Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi, Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte, Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, Thailand Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha and Vietnam Deputy Prime Minister Ph?m Binh Minh during ASEAN-India summit in Nonthaburi, Thailand

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