The Telegraph: US police charge 12 Turkish security agents and make two arrests after violent clash
Police in Washington today announced charges against a dozen Turkish security agents who were involved in a violent altercation during the Turkey's president visit to the US last month.
In a statement, the police department said a total of 18 people face charges, and that two had already been arrested.
Twelve of the number are Turkish security agents, who have outstanding arrest warrants for their alleged part in the clash, which left nine protesters injured.
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