2013-06-19 17:33:30

Defiant Turkish Demonstrators "Finding New Ways to Protest"

The Turkish government is threatening to send armed troops into cities to quell the ongoing anti-government protests that have continued despite an increasingly violent state crackdown. On Tuesday, Turkish police arrested 87 people in a series of raids targeting those suspected of participating in weeks of anti-government rallies.

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