Teargas: a booming market in repressing dissent | Anna Feigenbaum

Teargas: a booming market in repressing dissent | Anna Feigenbaum

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To weapons companies, Turkish protests sit alongside terrorism as another sales opportunity. It's time to stop the mass poisoningIn the wake of the protests in Turkey, much has been written and said about the iconic "woman in the red dress" pictured in Istanbul's Gezi Park. But there's another story in...
Teargas: a booming market in repressing dissent | Anna Feigenbaum
                                       

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