Clashes between police and protesters in Turkey

Mass protests have spread in south-east of Turkey, in town of Diyarbakır, where thousands of people gathered together, but were stopped by police.

The mass gathering had hardly started when it ended due to clashes between protesters and police who used tear gas against the people.

The clashes occurred after Turkish authorities accused the Kurdish Workers’ Party (RKK) of involvement in a bombing Thursday that killed 10 people, of these 6 policemen, in a southeastern Turkish province. However, Kurdish separatist movement denies charges.

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