Turkish Interior Minister Muammer Guler said a total of 7 people of foreign nationality without diplomatic passports, 6 being in Istanbul and one in Ankara, were detained in relation to Gezi Park demonstrations, Anadolu Agency reported.
Two of the detainees are French, another two Iranian, one Greek, one American and one German, he added.
He also said damages of Taksim Gezi Park protests cost 70 million Turkish liras (nearly $40 million).
Speaking at the Ministry of Interior, Guler said 915 people had been admitted to hospitals and 79 of them were under treatment after Taksim Gezi Park protests.
Four people are in a life threating condition and eight others are in intensive care unit, said Guler, adding that 516 security forces had also been injured.
"280 business places, 103 police cars, 259 vehicles, one house, 5 public buildings, 12 buildings -one of which belongs to CHP and 11 to AK Party- as well as advertising boards, traffic signs, bus stops, pavements, surveillance cameras, signalization systems, park and landscape arrangements, lightning columns, trash cans and police check points have been destroyed. The cost of damages has surpassed 70 million TL so far" Guler added.