BBC News
January 7, 2014

Turkey has removed 350 police officers from their posts in the capital Ankara, following a corruption probe targeting people close to the government.

Officials, mostly from outside the city, are to replace them.

Hundreds of police have been dismissed or reassigned across the country since last month’s corruption investigation. Three cabinet ministers resigned after their sons were detained in the raids.

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