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Dozens of Tweeters in Izmir arrested for posting "misinformation" released as PM prepares to return from overseas trip.
Police fire tear gas at thousands of protesters in Ankara, as government defends its handling of protests.
Protesters use mechanical digger to break through police lines as riot squads battle back with volleys of tear gas.
Prime minister says intelligence services are investigating foreign links to recent violent demonstrations.
More than 1,700 people reportedly injured and hundreds detained in three days of anti-government demonstrations.
Eight hostages released as part of peace process with Turkish government aimed at ending deadly 29-year conflict.
Erdogan joins EU officials in vow to step up measures against Damascus, despite failure of UN resolution.
"A Syrian-flagged ship already stopped" as part of sanctions announced by former ally in response to Assad's crackdown.
Alleged members of armed group caught with bomb-making material, suspected of planning to bomb the US embassy in Ankara.
Turkish officials say at least 4,300 people escaping unrest have crossed the border, as Syrian army operations continue.
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