About 350 police officers have been dismissed in Ankara, Turkey amid an investigation into a corruption scandal, as the private Dogan news agency reported. The officers were reportedly working in units specializing in terrorism, intelligence, organized crimes, financial crimes, cybercrimes and smuggling.

 The 350 officers were dismissed overnight and another 250 have replaced them, according to local NTV. Around 80 of those dismissed were police chiefs, including the deputy head of Ankar...


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