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Turkish protesters have vowed to continue occupying Istanbul's Gezi Park - reports BBC.
Their defiant statement came despite the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's promise to halt a redevelopment plan which sparked two weeks of anti-government unrest.
"We will continue our resistance in the face of any injustice and unfairness taking place in our country," the Taksim Solidarity group, seen as most representative of the protesters, said.
The statement came after all-night discussions in Gezi Park.