Turkish police fire water cannon to break up protest

By REUTERS
October 28, 2013 13:15

 
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ANKARA - Turkish police fired water cannon and tear gas on Monday to break up a protest by around 2,000 people outside an Ankara court over the handling of the trial of a policeman accused of killing a demonstrator earlier this year.

A Reuters witness said police clashed with the crowd as it descended on the court entrance following a ruling that the accused officer could take part in court hearings via videolink.

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