Turkish PM Erdogan: Patience run out with park protesters

By REUTERS
June 13, 2013 13:19




ANKARA - Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan issued a final warning to protesters occupying a park in central Istanbul on Thursday, saying patience had run out and calling on them to leave.

"Our patience is at an end. I am making my warning for the last time. I say to the mothers and fathers please take your children in hand and bring them out... We cannot wait any more because Gezi Park does not belong to occupying forces but to the people," Erdogan told an AK Party meeting in Ankara.


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