Ankara protests after referendum offer


Police have used tear gas to break up protests in the Turkish capital Ankara.

The fresh clashes came as the government offered a first concrete gesture aimed at ending nearly two weeks of street protests - proposing a referendum on the controversial development project in Istanbul's Gezi Park.

Susana Mendonca reports.

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