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Bangkok, Sep 22 (EFE/EPA).-Thai Police arrested activist Panusaya Sithijirawattanakul, one of the leaders of a student movement that demands democratic reforms in the country, including that of the monarchy.The 23-year-old activist, better known by her nickname "Rung," was returning from class at university when an officer handed her a warrant in the street and took her into custody, Panusaya said in a video posted on her Facebook account. (Camera: ARCHIVE).ARCHIVE FOOTAGE SHOWING THAI ACTIVIST PANUSAYA SITHIJIRAWATTANAKUL, ONE OF THE LEADERS OF A STUDENT MOVEMENT THAT DEMANDS DEMOCRATIC REFORMS, IN BANGKOK, THAILAND.

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