Day in Photos: Expressions of Grief, Unity After Terror Attacks

People attach roses and messages to a lattice near the scene of the blast at Erawan Shrine in Bangkok.

BANGKOK — People came together across Thailand in a show of unity after Monday night’s deadly bombings in Bangkok left 20 people dead and more than 100 injured.

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People attach roses and messages to a lattice near the scene of the blast at Erawan Shrinein Bangkok.

 

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Adul Saengsingkaew, Minister of Social Development and Human Security, visits one of the injured tourists at Police Hospital.

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A woman inspects the damage at Amarin Plaza, a shopping mall next to the blast site.

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A rally, possibly organized by officials, in Nakhon Panom province condemning the attack.

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Coffins for the dead arrive at Chulalongkorn Hospital.

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