Turkish authorities arrest more than 200 in Istanbul over banned Pride march • FRANCE 24 English

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Turkish police on Sunday broke up a banned Pride march in Istanbul, detaining more than 200 demonstrators and an AFP photographer, journalists and organisers reported.

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