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Turkish police oust Taksim protesters with tear gas as Erdogan cheers removal of ‘rags’

11.06.2013 04:50

Hundreds of Turkish police clashed with protesters after taking over Taksim Square in Istanbul. The raid allowed removal of barricades and banners. PM Erdogan praised the troops for removing the ‘rags’ as he branded the revolutionary symbols.

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Anonymous user 11.06.2013 16:32

For an area that receives economic aid for water scarcity they sure are wasting lots of water

Anonymous user 11.06.2013 16:32

William Hague? He can't even place Glasgow in a map

Anonymous user 11.06.2013 16:27

william hague in the uk should send the british army in.
we would sort these rags out in 10 hours

 

Rimpi 11.06.2013 16:26

who said they are protesting they are just having fun

 

Rimpi 11.06.2013 16:25

i think inspired by london riots

Anonymous user 11.06.2013 16:24

the uk and israel should send idf and sas nato forces to crush these rags
erdogan hero for freedom

Anonymous user 11.06.2013 16:24

Who are the protestors and what are they protesting?

Anonymous user 11.06.2013 16:18

russia needs to fear the mighty turk
putin will be crushed if he does not stop supporting these rags

Anonymous user 11.06.2013 16:10

no doubt at all, nation has elected him 3 times. let the neighbours call him a dictator on RT.

Anonymous user 11.06.2013 16:09

the only people would be loughing is the syr.people ,after
what ordo-homar did &wanted to do to syr,

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