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Models at 38th Bangkok International Motor Show Tuesday treaded a delicate balance between post-mourning black gowns and the revealing apparel of previous years, wearing lacy black gowns, sci-fi cocktail dresses and cute casual wear. Read: Models Cover Up to Unveil New Models at Motor Show (Photos)


The first-ever footage of Indochinese tiger cubs in eastern Thailand were publicized Tuesday, proving that the critically endangered species is breeding in Khao Yai National Park. There are only 221 known Indochinese tigers left in the wild, with both of their breeding grounds in Thailand. Photo: National Parks Department, Freeland / Courtesy 
Read: Rare Tiger Cubs Spotted in Khao Yai Signal Hope for Vanishing Species


Yes Tu Khaen: PM Prayuth poses with a traditional wind instrument Monday in Nakhon Phanom.


Wearing masks of PM Prayuth Chan-ocha, protesters campaign Thursday against a petroleum bill being considered by the junta’s parliament.


World flyweight boxing champion, Srisaket Sor Rungvisai, meets Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha Tuesday morning at Government House. Srisaket recently won the Super Flyweight Champion title at the World Boxing Council in New York City on March 19.


Thailand Post unveiled on Wednesday 17 centimeter stamps said to be the world’s longest. They commemorate HM Rama IX and will be available at post offices nationwide Saturday for 9 baht.


Police coax an intoxicated Briton, 60, wearing only a small towel from the gulf after he leaped in, yelling ‘Sabai, sabai!’ Wednesday in Prachuap Khiri Khan.


Flooding Wednesday on Thetsaban Songkhro Road in Bangkok’s Prachaniwet area.
Read: Thailand’s Early Summer Storm to Continue


This past week Bangkok saw surprise summer storms drop enough wetness on the capital to prompt Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha to hold his weekly Workout Wednesday indoors at the Government House.


Orapin Torwong, 61, looks with pride at her betel tree, which produces leaves double and triple the normal size on Wednesday in Trang province.