Top: Thailand Khamthong, center, cheers with Thai fans during a Thursday football match between Thailand and Timor Leste at the 2017 SEA Games Thursday in Kuala Lumpur. Thailand won Timor Leste 1-0.

This week, athletes and their adoring fans headed to Kuala Lumpur for the SEA Games while the nation was roiled by dramatic crime ‘re-enactments’ and yet more flooding. Find more on our Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram.

 

Patcharee Panthong, at left, embraces a relative Thursday as the soldier accused of murdering her daughter three years ago is led through a ‘re-enactment’ of his alleged crime in Ayutthaya. Read: Cold Case: Family Gets Answers as Soldier Accused of Deadly Abduction

 

Students lay flowers at the Free Thai Movement monument Wednesday at Thammasat University to mark 72nd anniversary of Japan’s surrender in World War II.

 

Gen. Satit Pitarat, director of Thailand Post, presents the ‘Thailand 4.0’ post box that features a phone charging station and QR code to scan for local tourist information Thursday at the Bangkok General Post Office. So far 15 post boxes have been deployed in Phitsanulok province.

 

A nearly sold-out lottery ticket vendor Thursday in Khon Kaen city after results came out Wednesday.

 

People wait at a flooded bus station after heavy rain fell Monday on Bangkok’s Ratchadapisek Road. Read: Prep for a Wet, Wet, Wet Week Nationwide

 

Students in Khon Kaen city navigate flooded streets Thursday after heavy rain on Wednesday. Read: Prep for a Wet, Wet, Wet Week Nationwide

 

Officials inspect the scene where a truck exploded Thursday morning outside the Mayo Police Station in Pattani province. Read: Hostage Dies, Stolen Truck Explodes at Police Station

 

One of the buses servicing eight new routes on a test run Tuesday as part of a plan to change and rename Bangkok’s buses and routes within the next two years. Read: Be Prepared: Bangkok Buses Getting New Routes

 

Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha welcomes Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc Thursday at Government House.

 

A rotting dolphin corpse Wednesday in Sattahip district, Chonburi province. It’s the second beached dolphin found this year on Dongtan Beach, a popular tourist destination.

 

PM Prayuth Chan-ocha waits Aug. 11 at MRT Tao Poon on the opening day of a long-awaited link to the MRT Blue Line. Story: Purple Line ‘Missing Link’ to Open in August

 

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