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Red shirts kowtow to military

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Several hardcore red shirts have caved in to the military's request for them to cease political activities, but have cast doubts over the junta's plan to stamp out colour-coded politics. 

Prominent red-shirt member Suporn Atthawong hugs his mother after being released from military detention in Nakhon Ratchasima. PRASIT TANGPRASERT

Speaking on Friday after reporting to 24th Army Circle commander Sitthi Chansomboon at Prachak Silpakhom army camp, Udon Thani red-shirt leader Kwanchai Praiphana said he would never again orchestrate red-shirt protests.

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