Turkey to pay compensations to injured demonstrators
The Turkish government plans to pay compensations to peaceful demonstrators who were injured by the law enforcers.
The Turkish government plans to pay compensations to peaceful demonstrators who were injured by the law enforcers, Trend reports.
Over 100 such demonstrators may request the payments.
Protests in Turkey have continued for about three weeks. Opposition accuses the police of extreme violence. 2.5 million people have protested in 79 provinces of Turkey. Four people died, about 4,000 were injured and 4,900 were detained by the police.
Adapted from Vestnik Kavkaza
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