Police assault in Amed
In Amed, the police stormed cafés and attacked the people with kicks, punches and tear gas. There were riots because of the assault and the police used firearms.
The Turkish police carried out a raid on Saturday in coffee houses in the Bağlar district of the Kurdish province of Amed (Diyarbakır). The police used the board game "Okey" as a pretext and imposed fine on the players. This led to a dispute with alleged "Okey" players. The police used tear gas and abused those present with kicks and blows. Afterwards they tried to arrest people. The police fired into the air and beat the people present.
Woman dragged across the floor
Residents protested with loud slogans against the "state terror". A 60-year-old woman was dragged across the floor and a 17-year-old boy was brutally beaten up.