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Police have agreed to halt if protesters leave peacefully, the deputy mayor said

Police have agreed to halt if protesters leave peacefully, the deputy mayor said.

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Tensions rose after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan condemned a rally by around 200 Muslim Brotherhood supporters on Thursday after the military ousted thousands of Islamists from the military in the country’s worst security crisis since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1989.

More than 100 officers and soldiers were killed during the crackdown during which protesters threw petrol bombs, rocnatyasastra.comks and smoke bombs as soldiers opened fire in a nearby park, witnesses and witnesses said.

Many protesters were also arrested and some have been accused of violating the constitution.

On Friday night, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said a total of 553 people were arrested and more than 10,000 injured in the aftermath of the coup attempt.

Prime Minister Erdogan had said the coup attempt would not continu바카라사이트e unless all protesters were removed.

In his televised address to the nation on Friday evening, he said: “From now on, I guarantee the rights of all the people. There will be no repression.”

Tension between the president’s Justice and Development Party (AKP) and its op우리카지노position supporters has been simmering for days, with more than a dozen lawmakers, including many of the country’s liberals, joining the ranks of opposition parties.

Tension between the President’s Justice and Development Party (AKP) and its opposition supporters has been simmering for days, with more than a dozen lawmakers, including many of the country’s liberals, joining the ranks of opposition parties.

On Monday afternoon, dozens of protesters were injured when police fired rubber bullets as they attempted to take over a rally in Istanbul. More than 100 police fired teargas in the streets and police blocked off the area, which caused the cancellation of Sunday’s planned event in a university.

Meanwhile, Turkey was one of a handful of states where police killed 14 people – all in the first two days of protests.

On Sunday, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and his Justice and Development Party (AKP) party held an urgent meeting in Ankara and met with leaders of the Turkish and United States countries which had been sending consular staff to Turkey.

In recent days Turkey has faced criticism for allowing thousands of foreign workers into the country from its mainly Kurdish regions, but not arresting or arresting those behind the protests.

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