Top: Wildlife officials rescue five dusky leaf monkeys Sunday in Prachuap Khiri Khan province. The animals had been driven out by their tribe and abused by residents who hit them with rubber bands. The monkeys are being rehabilitated and will be released back into the wild.

Fleeing migrant workers, rain-fed fungus and road accidents were some of the images from throughout the realm this past week. Find more on our Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram.

Fearing a crackdown under new labor laws, Burmese workers pile onto a ferry back to Myanmar on Monday from the border province of Ranong. Story: Activists Slam Law That Spurred Panicked Exodus of Workers


More than 50 mushrooms appeared in Prasit Chuduang’s yard in Saraphi District, Chiang Mai, after rains showered the area Tuesday, including a large cap shaped like a brain.


Junta chairman Prayuth Chan-ocha touches giant candles traditionally used by monks during Buddhist Lent on Tuesday at Government House. Observance begins Sunday.


A 7-Eleven employee opens four shelves of metallic covers over cigarette shelves in a convenience store branch Tuesday in Bangkok, when tougher smoking laws came into effect. Story: Tougher Smoking Laws Come Into Effect Today


Cosplayers at a talent contest at The Mall Korat on Wednesday in Nakhon Ratchasima province. The contest will include dancing to cover songs, cosplaying, B-boying and playing music and starts July 21.


A man and his son survived a traffic accident Tuesday morning in which a truck fell onto his car in Bangkok’s Sai Mai district. He attributed their survival to an amulet.


A policeman Wednesday morning inspects damage to his police box in Korat after it was hit by a pickup truck. The driver suffered a broken arm.


A palace representative presides Thursday over the burial of a Muslim soldier killed by a suspected separatist attack in Pattani province.


Russian Ambassador Kirill Barsky holds a commemorative stamp for the 120th anniversary of Russo-Thai relations Thursday at the Grand Postal Building in Bangkok. Story: Celebrate 120 Years of Thai-Russian Relations at July Festival


On alert since a series of small bomb attacks in recent months, bomb squad officers on Monday inspect a suspicious bag left on a sidewalk in the capital’s Rat Burana district. No explosives were found.


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