Turkey / Unrest / Istanbul / A Discussion  - (Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on the unrest in Turkey against the government of Prime Minister Recep Erdogan re-introduced; scenes shown from the protests in the park in Istanbul, including police water cannons. #1045763
CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 11, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Dan Lothian; studio: Christiane Amanpour, Ivan Watson) The White House concerns about the developments in the protests in Turkey, the US-Turkey relationship, including the issue of Syrian President Bashir al-Assad, what may happen next with clashes in the streets in Istanbul and other cities like Ankara, how Erdogan has demonized the protesters, how the Turkish media is terrified of the prime minister and are not covering the unrest discussed; inset video from Istanbul shown. [Stanford University's Fouad AJAMI - comments on the "standard" statements from the White House, Erdogan's recent meeting with President Obama &, how the Turkish people do not want Turkish involvement in Syria.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Lothian, Dan;
- Ivan, Christiane Amanpour,
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