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Barricades and chants in response to Turkish PM’s 24-hour deadline

12.06.2013 19:42

Turkish protesters remain defiant after Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan declared that the disturbances must end within 24 hours. Overnight riot police used tear gas and water cannons to break up activists in Ankara as they built barricades.

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Anonymous user 14.06.2013 06:16

it would have never gotten this far in america. i kind of want to be there

Anonymous user 13.06.2013 16:00

Americans are afraid of their POLICE STATE Gov. They would never stand up !! They are Sheep.

Anonymous user 13.06.2013 15:57

Americans are cowards they would never dare stand up to war-criminals ,America is a police state

Anonymous user 13.06.2013 15:54

We The People, will kill all the criminals who oppress humanity !! We will take this NO MORE!!

Anonymous user 13.06.2013 15:24

America Loves the People of Istanbul and all Pro Democracy Movements, We The People.


Daniel Elijah Sloane 13.06.2013 14:24

If you think the US Federal Reserve and unrelated minor inflation are problems, you are simply a misinformed fool.

Anonymous user 13.06.2013 13:49

He wants democracy for Syria? Then he needs to enact it first!

Anonymous user 13.06.2013 13:34

Protesters we are inspired bu your bravery in America

Anonymous user 13.06.2013 13:16

US Constitution says CONGRESS shall set wages and interest rates, Federal Reserve is ILLEGAL !!!!!!

Anonymous user 13.06.2013 13:14

Until the Federal Reserve and it's counterparts are removed ,inflation will continue to go unchecked

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