Violent Protests Spark Debate Over Democracy In TurkeyPlay
Three months ago in Turkey, at least six people died after police broke up a peaceful demonstration by people objecting to the demolition of an Istanbul park.
The violent response of the police shocked many people in the country but also led to a new determination to make democracy more inclusive in the country. The BBC's Hugh Sykes reports.
- Hugh Sykes, BBC correspondent and presenter. He tweets @HughSykes.
This segment aired on October 8, 2013.