A day in photos

  • 6 Sep 2017 at 19:28
  • Newspaper section: Photo

A miniature model of Bangkok and a robo-taxi are featured events on Sept 6, 2017.

Students look at a miniature model of Bangkok at the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration during a campaign by City Hall to promote city planning. — Patipat Janthong

People join hands with the Anti-corruption Organisation of Thailand in a forum to raise awareness of the issue at Centara Grand Hotel in Pathumwan district. — Tawatchai Kemgumnerd

A monk presides over a religious ceremony in Fresno County, California, for two exchange students, Pakapol Chairatnathrongporn and Thiwadee Saengsuriyarit, after a recovery team reclaimed the bodies of the two on Sept 1 from the car in the Kings River. — Thai Consulate-General/AP

Rohingya refugees walk through a paddy field after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border, in Teknaf, Bangladesh. — Reuters

Cambodian Buddhist followers pray during the Day of the Dead (Ancestors' Day) at a pagoda in Phnom Penh. Cambodia celebrates the festival from Sept 6-20 during which many Cambodians go to pagodas, bring food and other offerings to monks and visit their families. — EPA-EFE

Muslim protesters are seen through razor wire barricades during a rally against the persecution of Rohingya Muslims outside the Myanmar embassy in Jakarta. — AP

An indigenous woman addresses supporters after rushing closer to the venue of a mining conference in Pasay city, southeast of Manila, to protest alleged incursion of big mining companies into their ancestral lands. The sign at left reads: Fight Large Scale Mining.! — AP

A Yemeni sits amidst the debris of a housing block allegedly destroyed by a recent Saudi-led military coalition airstrike in Sanaa, Yemen. — EPA-EFE

Continental employees cross a zebra crossing in front of the driverless robo-taxi 'CUbE', as it is presented to media at the company premises in Frankfurt. — EPA-EFE

Customers purchase groceries at a local supermarket as they prepare for Hurricane Irma on Sept 5 in Hialeah, Florida. — AP

Men transport an Atlantic giant pumpkin, which was cultivated for about six months and currently weighs over 430 kilogrammes, before its presentation at Moscow State University's Botanic Garden in Moscow on Sept 5. — Reuters

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