Middle East

Erdogan to meet Turkey protest leaders: deputy PM

A young man works behind a banner on Taksim square on June 10, 2013 in Istanbul. Turkish protesters refused to back down on June 10 after Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned they would "pay a price" for their unrelenting demonstrations against his Islamic-rooted government's decade-long rule. After attracting record crowds of protesters at the weekend, Istanbul's Taksim Square, the cradle of 11 days of unrest, was quieter as many resumed their normal routines, though protesters said they





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