Anti-government protesters in Turkey are defiant despite the police sweeping through a camp in Istanbul. They're vowing to keep up the pressure on Prime Minister Erdogan, who has largely dismisssed their demands.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned drastic steps could be taken to censor social media websites like Facebook and YouTube. However the country's president has said such a ban is "out of the question."
A recording is doing the rounds online of what appears to be the Turkish prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, urging his son to hide a large sum of money. The authenticity of the tape has not yet been confirmed.
Hundreds of people have demonstrated in the center of Istanbul in protest of new government controls over the Internet. Police fired water cannon and tear gas to disperse the protesters.
Turkey's crackdown on protesters and Germany's plans for a revised dual citizenship scheme have put a strain on German-Turkish relations. But there is hope for finally turning this around, experts say.
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