After two weeks of demonstrations, Turkish police succeeded in forcing protesters out of a public park in Istanbul Saturday night.
Dozens of people who had been camping in Gezi Park were injured as they tried to run away in a fog of tear gas.
What began as a protest against a plan to convert the park into a shopping center mushroomed into a nation-wide movement against the government.
Prime Minister Reccep Tayyip Erdogan claims those protests were co-opted by extremists.
Clean-up in the park is underway, even as more demonstrations are planned.