Turkish police used water cannons and shot at gay parade

 
Turkish police used water cannons and shot at gay parade
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Turkish riot police used water cannons and fired rubber bullets to disperse a gay parade in Istanbul on Sunday.

Police took action against the crowd when demonstrators began shouting slogans against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Several thousand had turned up to join the gay parade. Police took action to stop the gay parade from reaching Taksim Square, a place that has been the scene of numerous protests in recent years.

Supporters of President Erdogan meanwhile attacked a group of journalists who covered the parade, including an AFP photographer who was slightly injured.

According to witnesses, the police did nothing to stop the attackers.

Also an AFP journalist says she was attacked by police when she tried to film that they intervened against the parade.

The gay parade in Istanbul was the 13th in a row. Previously it has been carried out without the police intervening.

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