Police entered Istanbul’s Taksim Square on June 11, firing tear gas to disperse protesters. This footage shows protesters struggling amid clouds of gas. At 1.18 police vehicles are seen, one using a water cannon, as well as a large group of police. Credit: Dou Erolu.
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