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Former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has been taken into custody after reporting to the coup makers on Friday. 

She had first been brought to the reception hall at the First Division, King's Guard, before being taken to a "safe house", according to a source in the army.

All of the people reporting to the coup makers after being summoned by them also got on 11 vans and left the Royal Thai Army auditorium in Thewes area at around 5pm.

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