Istanbul mayor: Police to operate until Taksim cleared

By REUTERS
June 11, 2013 22:36

 
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ISTANBUL - Istanbul's mayor said on Tuesday riot police would continue operations against protesters in Taksim Square day and night until it was cleared, and appealed to people to stay away for their own safety.

"We will continue our measures in an unremitting manner, whether day or night, until marginal elements are cleared and the square is open to the people," Mayor Huseyin Avni Mutlu said in a brief television announcement.

The square has been the center of protests against Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan. Police began using teargas and water cannon on Tuesday morning in an attempt to clear it but clashes continued into the evening.

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