Thailand is grieving today after a massacre at a day care center left at least 15 people dead. The tragedy has united families and the nation in grief.

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On Friday, dried blood smears were still evident on the wooden floor of a classroom in northeastern Thailand, a day after the country's deadliest massacre occurred in an unlikely place.

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At the Child Development Center Uthai Sawan, school bags were left uncollected on colored shelves. Photos of children smiled from the wall.

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Grieving parents sat sobbing on blue plastic chairs in a makeshift shed outside, clinging to each other and their children's blankets and bottles.

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On Thursday, during nap time, a former policeman armed with a knife and handgun forced his way into a classroom of 2-5 year olds and slit their throats while they were asleep

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Later on Friday, the King and Queen made an appearance at Nong Bua Lam Phu Hospital to visit the injured survivors and their families.

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After the country's prime minister, Prayut Chan-o-cha, earlier visited and met with families at the relief center set up by the government, Their visit followed.

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