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Published on Oct 2, 2013
Turkish authorities committed human rights violations on a massive scale in the government's attempts to crush the Gezi Park protests this summer. The use of live ammunition, tear gas, water cannon, plastic bullets and beatings of protestors left more than 8,000 people injured at the scene of demonstrations, and the deaths of at least three protestors have been linked to the abusive use of force by police.