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According to the international news agency Reuter and Efkan Ala, the Turkish interior minister, at least 33 people have been killed and 360 wounded in four days of protests over the fate of the Kurdish town of Kobani, in Syria, assaulted by jihadist mercenaries of Daash-ISIL.
Among those killed, the minister confirmed the death of two policemen in the city of Bingol.
Some 1,024 protesters were detained in protests that affected 35 Turkish provinces.
On Saturday tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets of Dusseldorf, Paris, London, against the attacks by the jihadists mercenaries and against the complicity of Turkey and USA alliance, exploiting those terrorist attacks in such cynical and criminal way just to get the opportunity to further military intervention in Syria, that will mean more deaths and devastation for all Syrians