ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Thousands of people took to the streets and began building barricades on a main avenue to Istanbul's Taksim Square on Saturday after police firing tear gas raided an adjoining park to evict anti-government protesters, a Reuters witness said. Full story
NBC's Chief Foreign Correspondent Richard Engel reports from Instanbul, Turkey, where police have been firing enormous amounts of tear gas to disperse crowds. People here are fighting over secularism, the nature of Turkish society, and the kind of soci...
Riot police in Ankara, Turkey, use tear gas and water cannons against a crowd of protesters supporting anti-government demonstrations in Istanbul. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.
Anti-riot police fire tear gas to disperse student demonstrators protesting against the government's plans to raise fuel prices in Makassar, South Sulawesi June 17, 2013. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad
Women cover their faces as they try to avoid tear gas during protests at Kizilay square in central Ankara, June 16, 2013. The unrest, in which police fired teargas and water cannons at stone-throwing protesters night after night in cities including Istanbul and Ankara, left four people dead and abou