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<p>The military have arrested and detained a red shirt suspected of participating in an anti-coup protest in June. The arrest came after the funeral of a renowned red-shirt leader.</p> <p>On Sunday, four plainclothes military officers arrested Nueng Katesakul, a red shirt supporter who allegedly took part in an anti-coup protest at the Victory Monument on 28 June, on his way home from the funeral &nbsp;of Apiwan Wiriyachai, the late red-shirt leader and ex-Pheu Thai Member of Parliament, on Sunday in northeastern Bangkok.</p>
<div>&nbsp;</div> <div> <div>Thai Criminal Court on Wednesday issued an arrest warrant for Apiwan Wiriyachai, former deputy House speaker, Pheu Thai MP and red-shirt figure, after the police charged him with lèse majesté.&nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> </div> <div><img alt="" src="" /></div> <div><span>Apiwan Wiriyachai (Photo courtesy of</span></div> <div>&nbsp; </div>