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Oct. 7: Riot police use water cannons and tear gas on demonstrators in Instanbul, Turkey where the International Monetary Fund and World Bank have wrapped up a week of meetings. Msnbc.com's Dara Brown reports.

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Protesters run away from tear gas fired by Turkish riot police during a anti-International Monetary Fund and World Bank protest on Taksim square in Istanbul on October 6, 2009. Turkish riot police on broke up the demonstration by some 1,500 young protestors against the IMF and World Bank annual mee

Turkish riot police disperse protesters
Turkish riot police disperse protesters

Turkish riot police disperse protesters during a anti-International Monetary Fund and World Bank protest on Taksim square in Istanbul on October 6, 2009. Turkish riot police on broke up the demonstration by some 1,500 young protestors against the IMF and World Bank annual meetings.