Report: Boy loses eye in Taksim Square protest

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June 4, 2013 10:05

 
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A young boy lost his eye in an anti-government protest on the Talimhane side of Taksim Square in Istanbul on Monday night, a prominent Turkish academic Ahmet Insel told CNN Turk, Turkish Daily Hurriyet reported.

The boy was shot in his eye after being shot with a plastic bullet, according to the report.

Insel said that the boy wished to remain anonymous.

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