Turkish protests enter their fourth day as clashes took place between Turkish protesters and riot police in early hours on Monday with some offices being set on fire by the ruling AK Party. The ongoing protests are the fiercest anti-government demonstrations in years.
Streets in Turkey’s turned calm in the morning after noisy protests and violence were at their peak during night in the major cities.
Fire bombs were thrown overnight by protesters at AK Party offices in the western port city of Izmir. Buildings ablaze were shown in television footage with fire fighters trying to put out the fire, according to the Dogan news agency.