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PHOTO GALLERY: Turkish police teargas anti-govt protesters


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demonstrator covers her face as riot police use tear gas to disperse the crowd during a protest against the destruction of trees in a park Reuters
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Man falls as riot police use tear gas and pressurized water to quash a peaceful demonstration by hundreds of people staging a sit-in protest to try and prevent the demolition of trees at an Istanbul park AP
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Man runs as riot police use tear gas and pressurized water to quash a peaceful demonstration by hundreds of people staging a sit-in protest to try and prevent the demolition of trees at an Istanbul AP
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Riot police use tear gas and pressurized water to disperse protesters staging a sit-in protest to try and prevent the demolition of trees at an Istanbul park AP
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Turkish riot policeman uses tear gas as a demonstrator holds a banner which reads, "Chemical Tayyip" Reuters
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Protesters react as riot police use tear gas and pressurized water to quash a peaceful demonstration by people staging a sit-in protest to try and prevent the demolition of trees at an Istanbul AP
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man seen wearing a make-shift gas-mask hours before riot police use tear gas and pressurized water to quash a peaceful demonstration by hundreds of people staging a sit-in protest to try and prevent the demolition of trees at an Istanbul
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demonstrator reacts as riot police use water cannon to disperse the crowd during a protest against the destruction of trees in a park brought about by a pedestrian project, in Taksim Square in central Istanbul Reuters
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Turkish riot police use tear gas to disperse demonstrators during a protest against the destruction of trees in a park brought about by a pedestrian project Reuters
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Riot police in Turkey blast hundreds of demonstrators with teargas in attempt to disperse four-day protest against major construction project in Istanbul's iconic Taksim Square

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