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Turkish Deputy PM Apologizes as Mass Protests Continue

Wednesday, 05 June 2013 11:21 By Baris Karaagac, The Real News Network | Video Report
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Baris Karaagac

Baris Karaagac is a lecturer in International Development Studies at Trent University, in Ontario. He is also the editor of the book Accumulations, Crises and Struggles: Capital and Labour in Contemporary Capitalism, which will be published in 2013.

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Turkish Deputy PM Apologizes as Mass Protests Continue

Wednesday, 05 June 2013 11:21 By Baris Karaagac, The Real News Network | Video Report
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This piece was reprinted by Truthout with permission or license. It may not be reproduced in any form without permission or license from the source.

Baris Karaagac

Baris Karaagac is a lecturer in International Development Studies at Trent University, in Ontario. He is also the editor of the book Accumulations, Crises and Struggles: Capital and Labour in Contemporary Capitalism, which will be published in 2013.

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Demonstrations Rock Istanbul
By Jacob Resneck, Occupy.com | Report

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