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Police fire tear gas as riot police spray a water canon at demonstrators who remained defiant after authorities evicted activists from an Istanbul park, making clear they are taking a hardline stand against attempts to rekindle protests that have shaken the country, near city's main Taksim Square in Istanbul, Turkey, Sunday, June 16, 2013.
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday she was shocked at Turkey's tough response to anti-government protests but she stopped short of demanding that the European Union call off accession talks with the candidate country.
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Riot police fired occasional bursts of tear gas in Istanbul on Sunday after a night of unrest to try to prevent anti-government demonstrators from regrouping ahead of a rally by Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's ruling party.
Turkish riot police on Sunday sprayed tear gas and water cannons at demonstrators who remained defiant after authorities evicted activists from an Istanbul park, making clear they are taking a hardline against attempts to rekindle protests that have shaken the country.
Against the background of widespread, violent protests, Chief Justice Brent Benjamin of the West Virginia Supreme Court traveled to Turkey earlier this month to advise Turkish judges on ways to improve their country's justice system.
The Obama administration's forays into Wilsonian missionary diplomacy in the Middle East have so far been disastrous.
An estimated 7,500 people have been injured in the unrest, with the majority requiring treatment for tear gas exposure Doctors who treated protesters wounded in clashes with riot police in Turkey are to be investigated by the government in a move likely to inflame tensions further.
More than 70 Syrian military officers, including six generals and 22 colonels, have deserted President Bashar al-Assad's army in the past 36 hours and have crossed the border into Turkey, the biggest such defection in months, an official told AFP on Saturday.
Protesters will press on with their sit-in at an Istanbul park, an activist said Saturday, defying government appeals and a warning from Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan for the two-week standoff that has fanned nationwide demonstrations to end.