Killing of Abdullah Cömert, and updates of this night on turkey.

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the picture is where Abdullah was executed, Media say Unidentified gunmen. Protesters say Police. The picture depicts The place Abdullah Cömert was executed by the unknown (possibly Police) Shooter
20:23 GMT: According to the Turkish Medical Association at least 3,195 people had been injured in clashes Sunday and Monday.

19:23 GMT: Crew of RT’s correspondent Irina Galushko and RT in Arabic crew have suffered from tear gas after police attacked protesters in Istanbul's Taksim Square.

19:03 GMT: Speaking in Morocco where the Turkish PM is on his visit, Erdogan said the situation in his country is "now calming down," despite the fourth day of violent protests against his rule.

18:43 GMT: Hundreds of Greek leftists, nearly a thousand, marched in support of Turkish protesters. "From Taksim Square to Athens, we fight poverty and hunger," they chanted referring to Istanbul's main square.

18:19 GMT: The US has expressed concern about reports of excessive use of force by Turkish police. “We obviously hope that there will be a full investigation of those incidents and full restraint from the police force," Reuters cited US secretary of state John Kerry as saying.

Speaking at the daily briefing, White House spokesman Jay Carney said the US believes that “the vast majority of the protesters have been peaceful, law-abiding citizens exercising their rights.” Carney also called on “all sides to refrain from provoking violence.”

18:03 GMT: Ankara police started a crackdown at noon, using tear gas and water cannon against protesters.

17: 42 GMT: Police intervened with tear gas and water cannon in the city of Ankara, where protesters gathered to show support with the Taksim Gezi Park demonstration. Around 300 students were shouting slogans and marching toward the Prime Ministry complex after staging a sit-in. Protesters continued to return to Kızılay Square after being repeatedly dispersed by police through the side streets. To resist against a possible police intervention protesters have built a barricade with two municipality buses and a construction truck on the Kolej crossroad.