A day in photos

  • 10 Apr 2017 at 17:16
  • Newspaper section: Photo

Gen Prem at his Si Sao Thewes residence and Chuck Berry in the casket are featured events on April 10, 2017.



Privy Council president Prem Tinsulanonda receives a garland from a well-wisher Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, who calls on him at the Si Sao Thewes residence for Songkran blessings. — Apichart Jinakul


Sirawit "Ja New" Serithiwat, a core member of the New Democracy Group, reports for military conscription in Nong Chok district and was declared overweight and exempted. — Apichit Jinakul


A group of tambon and village chiefs protest the proposed amendments to the local administration law by the National Reform Steering Assembly at Parliament. — Thanarak Khunton


Eighteen of the African Rhino Horns worth €2.9 million (106.2 million baht) are on display during a press conference at Custom Cargo Complex near the Kuala Lumpur International Airport at Sepang. The horns from Mozambique were seized on April 7. — EPA


An Indonesian Sukhoi Su-30 jet fighter performs during a ceremony to mark the 71th anniversary of the Indonesian Air Force at Halim Perdanakusuma airport in Jakarta on April 9. — EPA


A chef makes a spring roll with cooked worms at 'Ramen Nagi' restaurant in Tokyo on April 9. — Reuters


Family and friends are seated in front of the open casket of rock 'n' roll legend Chuck Berry during his celebration of life on April 9 in St Louis. The music legend died on March 18 at the age of 90. — AP


The first UK to China export train, laden with containers of British goods, is seen during the official ceremony to mark its departure from the DP World London Gateway, Stanford-le-Hope, in Britain. — Reuters


People look at flowers and candles next to Ahlens department store following Friday's attack in central Stockholm. — Reuters


A Syrian Democratic Forces fighter rests near destroyed airplane parts inside Tabqa military airport after taking control of it from Islamic State fighters, west of Raqqa city, Syria on April 9. — Reuters

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