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Protesters regain control of Taksim Square, refuse to back down MP3

Protesters at Istanbul's Taksim Square have dismissed prime minister Tayyip Erdogan's demand to stop demonstrating. Police armed with rubber bullets, tear gas and a water cannon moved into the square shortly before he spoke and skirmished with protesters for about 12 hours, but then withdrew. Mr Erdogan's rejected claims he is harsh and autocratic but the protesters aren't backing down. Source: abc.net.au

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