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Gezi Park, Istanbul July 18th

‘I did an interview in Gezi Park July 18, the park’s hand slipped into a bunch of sticks and chased people. ” That they do not interfere with how the police soon share the images. ” Heroes” are often encountered in recent days that the public does not seem to stop. Please be careful.’


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Saturday at the Center of Istanbul

Clashes with the police covered by NarPhotos Collective on Saturday July 13

Turkish police intervenes Istiklal Street firing water cannon and tear gas at hundreds of protesters when they gather to march to Taksim Square and Gezi Park after the press statement of TMMOB (The Union of Chambers of Turkish Engineers and Architects). People gathered in Galatasaray to protest against a recently imposed law which blocked the authority of The Union of Chambers of Turkish Engineers and Architects from its final approval authority on urban planning projects.

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  • Serra Akcan/Nar Photos
  • A blind man tries to pass the street during the police attack. Tolga Sezgin/Nar Photos
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  • A waste collector on Istiklal Street during the police attack. Saner Şen/Nar Photos
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Earth Table – Istanbul

Thousands of protesters gathering to built an Earth Table from Galatasaray to Taksim Square, Istanbul. The Iftar is a collective form of breaking the fasting in Ramadan. While Turkish police blocked the entrance of Taksim Square and warned people to leave from the area the Earth Table was bşooming as a symbol for peace and coexistence of different life models.

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Photos by Saner Şen / NarPhotos

‘This park is for Istanbul’s people’

said the Istanbul governor Hüseyin Avni Mutlu three hours before the park was closed again for the public.

Taksim Gezi Park, which has become the heart of the anti-government movement sweeping the nation, was briefly opened to public use today July 8 before access to the park was blocked again by police officers three hours later.

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  • open for the public - just three hours
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  • Taksim and Gezi Park without public

The Ottoman Slap

Conservative intellectuals in Turkey published a condemn on the governments policy against the protesters in Turkey. They formed the Labor and Justice Platform. A quotation of their statement:

“We did not forget, how the media was mixing up the whole country with false reports on muslims in Turkey. Today the conservative and the centre mdia are doing the same to others. Parts of the population are terrorized for the sake of the others. What did change then from yesterday until today?”


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