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Turkey: Erdogan, the situation "is now calm down"

The protest against Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is in its fourth day. Protesters denounce the growing Islamization of society. Police fired tear gas to this scatter a thousand demonstrators in Ankara.


Live Update

Follow the events of Tuesday live with L'Express.

>> Live: Turkey: demonstrators do not give

04.06.2013 at 11:16

It's the end of the live coverage on Monday, thank you for having followed so many. And tomorrow for the latest information on anti-government protests in Turkey.

03/06/2013 at 21:58

For Erdogan, "the situation is now calm down"

From Morocco, where he is visiting, Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan believes that "the situation is now calm down" in Turkey. "On my return from the visit [in several countries of the Maghreb], the problems will be resolved," he said at a press conference, according to a translation of his remarks in Turkish.

03/06/2013 at 20:26

Taksim Square: tear gas against thousands of protesters

Taksim Square in Istanbul, shooting tear gas held against thousands of demonstrators who gathered. In the district of Besiktas, dozens of riot police used tear gas to disperse hundreds of protesters who were approaching the Office of the Prime Minister. At the same time, thousands of people waving the Turkish flag spilled Taksim Square, chanting "Tayyip resign".

03/06/2013 at 19:33

Photo: a burning car Taksim Square

While the atmosphere in Taksim Square was relatively quiet, a car was set on fire:

Car set on fire in Istanbul's Taksim Square, feels by Al Jazeera's Huseyin Narin ... #Turkey ...

- Anthony De Rosa (AntDeRosa) June 3, 2013

03/06/2013 at 19:22

Photo: a New York show of support

In the US, a support event takes place from New York:

Turkey: unecentaine of protesters in New York on 3rd Avenue, in solidarity with protesters in Istanbul

- Brigitte Dusseau (BrigitteDusseau) June 3, 2013

03/06/2013 at 19:14

A warning issued by the tourists ... Syria

Syria, however, war-torn, ... issued a warning to its citizens for travel in Turkey.

03/06/2013 at 19:12

Who are Alevis in Turkey?

The Alevi religious minority "in the liberal lifestyle in a predominantly Sunni country" is the subject of a report of the World. Targeted by several atrocities in modern Turkish history, she was offended when Prime Minister Erdogan called the future third Bosphorus bridge called "Yavuz Sultan Selim". For this sultan of the sixteenth century is "responsible for massacres against Alevis," says the article.

03/06/2013 on 18:43

Erdogan expected in Algeria tomorrow

After Morocco, Prime Minister Erdogan is expected Tuesday in Algeria for a speech to Parliament in particular, a last step before the next day in Tunisia, as recalled by a journalist from France 24:

Giving a speech tomorrow Erodogan in Algerian parliament. Business and politics Will Be the subjects hand #Algeria #Turkey

- Tahar Hani (taharhani) June 3, 2013

03/06/2013 at 18:36

Photo: the Taksim Square

On Twitter, Turkish users broadcast images from Taksim Square, illustrating the quieter after clashes in recent days.

Taksim Sq right now RTzbdgb: AKM Şu year. Saat 18.44.

- Nigar Hacizade (nhacizade) June 3, 2013

03/06/2013 at 18:27

Video: Press review of Turkish newspapers

France offers 24 r eview release video with its corresponding on-site addressing key national titles in Turkey, on the fourth day of events:

03/06/2013 at 6:23 p.m.

A thousand people in Athens

About a thousand people demonstrated in Athens, Greece, Turkish support for protesters. In the event there was a small group of Kurdish refugees who held a banner in Greek and Turkish requesting an "overthrow of the regime."

03/06/2013 at 18:18

John Kerry "worried" one use "excessive force"

US Secretary of State John Kerry said he was "worried" one use "excessive force" by police. The chief US diplomat reiterated the US commitment to "freedom of expression and assembly."

03/06/2013 at 17:56

Turkish protest goes up Paris

More determined, mobilization continues in Turkey after clashes this weekend. And from Paris, Turkish students support the movement thanks to social networks.

> Read our decryption: the protest in Turkey extends to Paris

03/06/2013 at 17:47

At the close, the Istanbul Stock Exchange plunged 10.47%

We noted the trend from 4:12 p.m.: the Istanbul Stock Exchange closed Monday night on a diving 10.47% due to protests. The course of the Turkish lira has also fallen sharply, the euro was trading at 2.46 against 2.35 Turkish liras Friday.

03/06/2013 at 17:44

Pictures of the clashes in Ankara

The news agency Reuters has released several landmark pictures clashes that took place in Ankara:

Turkey: Erdogan, the situation "is now calm down"

A protester stimulus to Ankara police a smoke - REUTERS / Umit Bektas

03/06/2013 at 17:27

Turkey: Erdogan, the situation "is now calm down"

Ankara protesters used a large umbrella to confront riot police - REUTERS / Umit Bektas

03/06/2013 at 17:26

Turkey: Erdogan, the situation "is now calm down"

A powerful water cannon used by the police to disperse protesters in Ankara - REUTERS / Umit Bektas

03/06/2013 at 17:25

Turkey: Erdogan, the situation "is now calm down"

The riot police in Ankara fired tear gas at protesters during clashes - REUTERS / Umit Bektas

03/06/2013 at 17:24

"Resistanbul" a call to protest Tuesday in Paris

A call to demonstrate in Paris on Tuesday at 19h near the Châtelet in Paris is launched on Facebook by a committee of support to Turkish demonstrators, dubbed "Resistanbul."

03/06/2013 at 17:21

The atmosphere at Gezi Park in a photo

The park Gezi, source events in Turkey, the atmosphere is somewhat calmer, as shown via Twitter a reporter on the spot:

Gezi Park right now - chanting, marching Some, pretty thin, all peaceful. #OccupyGezi

- Alexander Marquardt (MarquardtA) June 3, 2013

03/06/2013 at 17:18

During this time, Erdogan is visiting Morocco

During that time, the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived in Morocco, its first stage of a tour in the Maghreb. Accompanied by several ministers, he landed around 15h local. It must include them meet the chief of the Moroccan government, Abdelilah Benkirane. A press conference is scheduled at the very end of the afternoon.

03/06/2013 at 16:44

3000 tweets per minute

Le Figaro has addressed social networks in Turkey. And reports including New York University study of 950,000 tweets hashtag #direngeziparki ("deal Gezi Park"), from Friday to Saturday, that averages 3,000 tweets per minute.

03/06/2013 at 16:41

Video: "The real reason is that anger for years"

"The real reason is that we feel that anger for years," said one of the protesters interviewed in Turkey in Istanbul on Monday to hear in the video below:

03/06/2013 at 16:33

Exchange of fire between Kurdish rebels of the PKK and Turkish army

The Turkish military staff says that an exchange of gunfire between Kurdish rebels of the PKK and the Turkish army. This is the first recorded incident since the cease-fire announced on March 20 by the imprisoned leader of the PKK, Abdullah Öcalan. For now, no relationship is established with the anti-government protests.

03/06/2013 at 16:15

The Turkish national stock index falling by more than 9%

The Turkish national stock incide the Borsa Istanbul NSE 100 Index is falling by over 9%.

03/06/2013 at 16:12

An expert does not see the emergence of a Turkish Spring

Questioned by, Didier Billion, Deputy Director of the Institute of International and Strategic Relations (IRIS), not seen in this new movement the emergence of a Turkish Spring. The protests "will not continue more than a few days," says the specialist in Turkic world, which sees it "mostly a warning to Erdogan and his authoritarian political style."

03/06/2013 at 16:09

The AKP "flickers" but he will fall?

Turkey is shaken by violence, "she had not known for almost 20 years" in the form of "explosion of anger," the web RageMag magazine, written by a historian in international relations. "For the first time, the all-powerful Islamic party wavers [but] there to see him fall, there is a big step that some cross a little too cheerfully."

03/06/2013 at 15:48

Video Edito C. Markarian: "Erdogan has reached its limits"

"There is more power-Turkey against the abuse of populism Turkish Prime Minister," analyzes Christian Makarian, managing editor of L'Express, in the editorial to see video below. "The discomfort and youth uprising show that Erdogan has reached its limits [but] is it enough to talk about 'Turkish Spring'? I think not [as] it is still very popular."

03/06/2013 at 15:36

Sunday died in the event, say doctors

One protester was killed on Sunday during protests by a car that crashed into the crowd, said at that time the Union of Turkish doctors (TBB). The young man, Mehmet Ayvalitas, a member of a leftist association, was hit by the vehicle drove at protesters on busy highway in the district of Pendik.

03/06/2013 at 15:26

Clashes in Turkey to a New York Times

The New York Times made ​​his One on Monday, on the clashes in Turkey

Turkey: Erdogan, the situation "is now calm down"

A picture of angry protesters shows the front page - All rights reserved New York Times

03/06/2013 at 15:24

Erdogan "became ever more authoritarian and Islamic day!"

Le Monde has received several reports of Turks, including that of a young resident of Ankara 15 years who "grew up with hatred of Recep Tayyip Erdogan," the Prime Minister who has "become increasingly authoritarian and Islamic each day!" . Excerpts:

He thinks he's a sultan [...] I was in the neighborhood of Kizilay past two days. Everyone wants him to resign [...] The media? No channel shows the events except Halk TV and Ulusal Kanal.

An inhabitant of Ankara

03/06/2013 at 15:08

Call for a 48 hour strike in the public service

The Trade Unions Confederation of Turkish Public Employees (Kesk, 11 unions, 240,000 members) is calling for a "warning strike" of 48 hours. It begins tomorrow, according to reports from Reuters, and would aim to protest against "state terror implemented against the massive protests."

03/06/2013 at 14:56

Istanbul against 'submission' of the press

"Press sold!" ... In Istanbul, 3,000 people marched against the Turkish media bias towards the anti-government movement. "We do not want a news subject," chanted the crowd in front of the front of the premises Dogus Holding media group, which owns the news channel NTV. Written and televised press in the country is largely controlled by conglomerates deemed close to the Islamic-conservative government, in power since 2002.

03/06/2013 at 14:52

Report: "The resistance, not only Taksim"

The clashes between police and protesters since last Friday in the center of Istanbul. Our reporter Eric Pelletier was there, Taksim, to bring his story over 24 enamelled violence protests.

> Read our story on the spot: "Resistance is everywhere, not just in Taksim"

03/06/2013 at 14:39

Video: repressed demonstrators Erdogan Sunday offices

Sunday in Ankara, a thousand protesters wanted to head the office of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, before the police do not intervene to stop them. The event video:

03/06/2013 at 14:35

Stone throwing

Covered by tear gas, demonstrators, mostly young people and students responded by throwing stones on the central square in Ankara Kizilay.

03/06/2013 at 2:26 p.m.

Map of events

The dispute in Turkey, part of the square Taksim Square in Istanbul, Turkey has spread to other cities in the weekend.

>> See the map of protests in Turkey

03/06/2013 at 14:18

In pictures: violent protests

Protests against Prime Minister Erdogan's policy continues in Turkey, particularly in Istanbul and Ankara. Turkish President Abdullah Gul called for calm.

>> Check out our slideshow of the events in Turkey

Turkey: Erdogan, the situation "is now calm down"

Photo taken during a demonstration in Ankara, Sunday, June 2 - AFP

03/06/2013 at 14:15

Tear gas attack in Ankara

Police fired tear gas to disperse a thousand demonstrators in Ankara, the fourth day of the protest movement against the Turkish government, said a photographer AFP.Les police intervened when protesters, Plumart for youth and students gathered in the central square of Kızılay, where violent clashes had already taken place Sunday, leaving many injured.

03/06/2013 at 14:13

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