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Police Clash with International Women's Day Marchers in Istanbul, Turkey

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Diunggah 10 Mar 2020
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Istanbul police fired tear gas to prevent hundreds of people from marching on the city's central avenue on International Women's Day after authorities issued a ban for the second year running. ————————— READ MORE: Turkish police used tear gas to disperse a few dozen women who were still in central Istanbul after trying to march Sunday evening to celebrate International Women's Day. Reuters reporters saw the crowd, which was originally few hundred women, at the edge of Taksim Square holding banners and waving flags. The police formed a human blockade to stop them from entering Istiklal Street, the district's main pedestrian avenue. A large part of the crowd dispersed as they were not allowed to march on Istiklal Street. Istanbul's governor Ali Yerlikaya decided to close down Taksim metro station and parts of nearby Sishane station and said all roads leading to main square would be blocked. The U.N. secretary-general Antonio Guterres said Friday that 25 years after action was demanded at a landmark conference in Beijing, progress on women’s rights has stalled and even been reversed. “Some countries have rolled back laws that protect women from violence; others are reducing civic space; still others are pursuing economic and immigration policies that indirectly discriminate against women,” Guterres warned at a commemoration ahead of International Women’s Day. #istanbul #international women's day #police clash #voa news #voice of america

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