A day in photos

  • 11 Jul 2017 at 21:36
  • Newspaper section: Photo

Krabi family massacre and a US military plane crash are among featured events on July 11, 2017.

Local people are handling bodies of eight victims of a village headman's family, who were shot dead at home by a group of men wearing camouflage outfits in Ao Luk district, Krabi. Police had yet to find a suspect and the motive. — Ao Luk police station

Deputy Bangkok police chief Pol Maj Gen Jirapat Bhumichitr (left), hosts a Facebook Live to report Bangkok traffic conditions at the Traffic Police Division in Bangkok as he launches the live service during rush hours. — Pornprom Satrabhaya

A student raises a bouquet made from condoms to campaign for safe sex on the World Population Day at a hotel in Bangkok. — Chanat Katanyu

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha tries rubber products that the Rubber Authority of Thailand presents at Government House, showing efforts to boost local rubber consumption. — Government House

Mark Karpeles (left), CEO of former Bitcoin exchange MtGox, attends a news conference on the first day of his trial in Tokyo. The 32-year-old Frenchman is pleading not guilty on the charges related to the loss of millions of dollars worth of bitcoins. — EPA

People react as they hold tridents and shout slogans during a protest organised by Hindu nationalist group Vishva Hindu Parishad, against Pakistan after seven Hindu pilgrims were killed in a gunbattle that erupted in Kashmir on Monday, in Jammu. — REUTERS

The peloton crosses a bridge over L'Isle river in Perigueux city during the 10th stage of the 104th edition of the Tour de France cycling race over 178 kilometres between Perigueux and Bergerac, France. — EPA

Emergency officials respond to the site of a military plane crash near Itta Bena, Miss. Leflore County Emergency Management Agency Director Frank Randle told reporters at a late briefing that more than a dozen bodies had been recovered after the KC-130 spiralled into the ground about 135 kilometres north of Jackson in the Mississippi Delta. — Elijah Baylis/The Clarion-Ledger via AP

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