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I was attention at a Turkey where anti government protests are getting increasingly.
Violent and ugly watch this and.
There's some of the clashes that erupted overnight.
Riot police firing tear gas and powerful water cannons unbelievable pictures.
Of the impact of all of this that are coming out today.
Also armed with rocks and fireworks in some cases the prime minister -- -- promises to meet with a group of the activists today.
We're embittered is streaming live from Istanbul so -- -- to what's the latest here.
That meeting is going on right now Martha between the prime minister and a couple of these activist groups although a number of people have.
Pulled out because -- of the violence yesterday just simply.
Was not conducive to any kind of talking -- no longer were interested in making a deal we have gathered right now at one of the protestor camps a couple of hundred yards and -- -- that's where all the violence was yesterday.
Live pictures on your screen right now showing this where it's -- the police were able to clear it out using really whatever means necessary rubber bullets.
Tear gas and also some pretty brutal tactics as they tried to move through the -- with.
The wrongs of riot police the protesters here -- gearing up.
For what one person called the second day of war he -- I can't believe that my own government would do this team means that young man spoke very bidding nations -- basically one.
Typically hurt and now they're being heard but they're doing having to Wear gas masks -- seen people walk through -- And also carrying milk and water and that sort of that the -- antidote here to -- -- blobs of tear gas they expect to be fired over the next couple of hours if they try to move here from this -- where these protests began a couple of weeks ago.
Once again back into the square where we saw that violence that was so awful.
Last night -- So Lehman give us a little bit of background here we stop President Obama.
With Turkey's leader -- to wind just a couple of weeks ago.
Very big ally of the United States but that the protesters.
Believe that he has become increasingly.
And they are not happy about it who are the protesters what characterizes these groups GO.
Really young secular people you'd think that they were anybody you meet walking down a street in Manhattan just talked to a lot of them.
Behind the young educated -- that.
The prime minister here is moving in this country from being a secular democracy in London -- -- -- mean it won't -- stated they went back in the park just behind me.
They've wanted to keep -- -- green space in the prime minister decide you wanted turning into a shopping -- other people protesting and that's what started all this when these brutal police tactics.
Came in a couple of weeks ago -- the prime minister said.
This is over basically that you don't have a right to demonstrate even if you want to demonstrate.
Peacefully were standing -- the police to move through loud and the other thing they're really protesting here.
Is the move by the prime minister over the past ten years as he's gained more more power -- elected now.
Three times to move Turkey towards Islamic state just recently there -- major changes to the liquor laws making it much more conservative duck hunting in.
And then also changing around in the education bringing much -- of a Muslim education in the primary schools here.
They stumble around Turkey at the thing.
Making these secular protesters very angry -- that now -- right there and thank you so much that's give everybody.
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