A day in photos

  • 10 Jul 2017 at 21:10
  • Newspaper section: Photo

Crushed vehicles in Chiang Mai and Spain's Bulls to the Sea festival are among featured events on July 10, 2017.

Vehicles are crushed beneath the fallen tree at Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, Chiang Mai. — Chiang Mai police

All northeast-bound trains are halted as a cement train derailed in Nakhon Ratchasima. Railway workers said they would take until early morning to reopen the rail. — Prasit Tangprasert

Officials of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration dismantle houses illegally encroaching on the Chao Phraya River in Dusit district, Bangkok, to improve the view of the waterway. — Apichart Jinakul

Artist Sirisak "Tik Shiro" Nuntasane is among people paying respect to late, well-known singer Thitima "Waen" Sutsunthorn who died of cancer at the age of 54, at Wat That Thong in Bangkok. — Chanat Katanyu

His Majesty the King has soldiers clean the Klong Bua canal to facilitate drainage in Bang Khen district, Bangkok. — Apichit Jinakul

In this July 6, 2017 photo, teenagers from the Afghanistan Robotic House, a private training institute, practise at the Better Idea Organization centre, in Herat, Afghanistan. Six female students from war-torn Afghanistan who had hoped to participate in an international robotics competition July 16-18 in Washington DC will have to watch via video link after the US denied them visas -- not once, but twice. Of 162 teams participating, the Afghan girls are the only nation's team to be denied visas. — AP

Iraqis celebrate the occasion of the liberation of Mosul in Tahrir Square in Baghdad, Iraq. Iraqi Prime Minister Abadi arrived on Sunday to the Iraqi 'liberated' city of Mosul and congratulated the Iraqi Forces and its civilian population after reportedly defeating Islamic State Jihadists. — EPA

A bull chasing revellers jumps into the sea during the "Bous a la Mar" festival in the coastal town of Denia, Spain. — Reuters

Kelsey Thorne holds her daughter Nevaeh Porter, 8, as they both cry after viewing the remains of their home where they lived with Mrs Thorne's parents that was destroyed by a wildfire on the Ashcroft First Nation, near Ashcroft, British Columbia. — Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press via AP

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