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Video: What remains of the Gezi movement in Turkey?

By: Fatma KIZILBOGA

Three years ago, the city of Istanbul reached boiling point. Plans to destroy Gezi Park, one of the last green spaces in the city, and turn it into a shopping complex, triggered a popular revolt. The protests, which were initially environmental, turned into large anti-government demonstrations. Unprepared, the authorities responded with force. Our reporter returned to Istanbul to find out what remains of the Gezi movement as President Erdogan strengthens his grip on power.

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