Hervorragende Live-Updates von den Protesten in Istanbul gibt's auf Nadir.org in verschiedensten Sprachen, von da ein paar Headlines von heute Mittag, am beunruhigendsten finde ich diese Zeile: „Police is walking through the district of Antakya Pınarlar and orders shop owners to close their stores for the next two days, because big actions are planned for the next days.“
15.31: [Nevşehir] In Nevşehir second day of the sit-in act. High number of university students and people of Nevsehir participates the protest. At 17.00 there will be a march towards the office of governor with the participation of opposition.
15.13: [Ankara] Armored police vehicles are throwing gas bombs everywhere at Yuksel ave, Konur str.
15.03: [Antakya] More than 10,000 people marching for killed Abdullah Cömert, shouting "Resignation of Government" and "Murder State". Soon will go together to the gravesite. http://www.sendika.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/P040613_112401.jpg
14.22: [Antakya] Police is walking through the district of Antakya Pınarlar and orders shop owners to close their stores for the next two days, because big actions are planned for the next days.
14.20: [Antakya] The people of Antakya are marching for Abdullah Cömert, who was killed last night. https://twitter.com/sendika_org/status/341878338253619201/photo/1
14.11: [Ankara] In Kızılay teargas grenade attacks occur again. About 400 student in black t-shirts have gathered on Sakarya square and have stopped traffic on Ziya Gökalp street. Police tanks and police special forces are attacking the students with tear gas grenades so clashes have started again.
13.17: [Istanbul] High school students from all districts are leaving their classes to walk to Gezi Park in black clothes.
13.14: [Istanbul] The Kemal Hasoğlu high school in Bahçelievler is boycotted by the students. The students are using their free tickets for the public transportation system to drive to Taksim Gezi Park 12.50:
[Istanbul] Workers in Ümraniye are spending their break to assemble in front of Anel office block. Around 500 workers are chanting the slogans "Taksim is everywhere, resistance is evrywhere" and "Tayip resignate!". Pedestrians walking by are applauding and car drivers are honking for supporting the workers.
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