During the Yi Peng Festival in Chiang Mai, Thailand, lanterns are launched into the night sky in the belief that grief and misfortune will fly away with them.
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At least 5,000 people have been killed since 2004 in Thailand’s three southern provinces amid ongoing mistrust between minority Muslims and majority Buddhists. | Read more
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A monk sits atop a sandbag-fortified flood gate at Khlong Rapi Pat in Khlong Luang on the outskirts of Bangkok, Thailand.
Thailand’s worst flooding in decades is encroaching on Bangkok.
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Heavy monsoon rains have swamped a third of Thailand since summer, causing at least $3 billion in damages, according to the Thai government.
(Judy Woodruff will have more about Thailand’s flooding woes on Friday’s NewsHour)
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There has been more than a 2,000 percent increase in the number of foreign trials for U.S. drugs over the past two decades, The Department of Health and Human Services reports.
(Photo by Flickr user Sharyn Morrow.)
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