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Turkish police detain activists at anti-Israel demo

Turkish riot police on Saturday detained a dozen activists at a protest in Istanbul denouncing Israel and the United States after Washington's recognition of Jerusalem as the Israeli capital. Holding banners such as "against imperialism, Zionism and their domestic partners", the protesters gathered in Kadikoy on the Asian side of Istanbul. Police moved in and to detain around a dozen protesters, pinning some face down on the ground and wrenching the hands of others behind their backs, an AFP photographer said.
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