TURKEY: 30 DETAINED IN PROTEST OVER ELECTED MAYORS' OUSTER

Turkish media reports say police have used water cannons to disperse crowds protesting a government decision to oust three elected mayors in Turkey's mainly Kurdish-populated southeast and replace them with government appointees.

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