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Video: What remains of the Gezi movement in Turkey?

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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