Istanbul-based group We Will Stop Femicide says women have been killed in Turkey so far this year. In pictures: Global protests denounce violence against women Published 26 November image copyrightEPA People around the world have taken to the streets to demand an end to violence against women.
Protests were organised in countries including Mexico, Italy, Turkey and Sudan. Fifty-two women Moblie reported to have been killed by their partners or ex-partners in the country since the start of In Mexico City, demonstrators marched through the streets calling on authorities to do more to combat the high rates of femicide - the murder of a woman because of her gender - and rape in the country.
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Some women later clashed with security forces and vandalised monuments in the city.