For information about Berkin:
In what was the largest demonstation I have seen in Turkey in more than 20 years, perhaps more than 100,000 people (the television coverage I watched makes me believe that it could easily have been this many) participated in Berkin Elvan's funeral today in Istanbul.
It started at noon with prayers at the Cemevi (Alevi house of worship) near his home, then his body was carried to the park near his home where he used to play, then to his home for a last farewell, and then to the cemetery where he was burried at 5:20.
The funeral was peaceful and only two small incidents were reported.
Photographs of the funeral can be seen at these links:
Following the funeral many of those who had participated wanted to walk to Taksim, which is five or so kilometers from the cemetery, but the police stopped them. Earlier in the day the police had closed Gezi Park.
Photographs of this can be seen here:
During the day there were protests in other cities in Turkey and a heavy police respose to them.
What may happen tonight is uncertain but there may be major protests and police responses to them.