Police moved in to clear protesters from Istanbul’s Taksim Square on June 11. These videos show incidents both in daylight and darkness; according to local reports, there were two operations, one at 7.30am and one at 8.20pm. Credit: YouTube/Yavuz Meyveci.
Video: Police move in on Taksim Square
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