ISTANBUL – Taksim Square was quiet Sunday morning. A large Turkish flag flew in the middle of the square, and a portrait of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk still hangs on the cultural center near Gezi Park. The only sign of the stormy protests just a few hours before were five water cannons and a few dozen members of the riot police, some in uniform, some in plain clothes.
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