Turkey police fire tear gas to disperse court protesters
28 October 2013 | 15:47 | FOCUS News Agency
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Ankara. Turkish police fired water cannon and tear gas Monday to disperse around 2,000 people protesting at a court's refusal to detain a policeman accused of killing a demonstrator during the popular unrest in June, AFP reported.
A police officer identified only as Ahmet S. is on trial accused of shooting to death 26-year-old Ethem Sarisuluk during mass anti-government street protests in Ankara in June
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