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Police chiefs removed in Turkey after bribery arrests

18 December 2013 Last updated at 15:59 GMT

Turkish police chiefs who oversaw a wave of high-profile arrests for bribery have been sacked from their posts in Istanbul, Turkish media say.

Five police commanders are said to have been fired in Istanbul a day after at least 52 people were arrested, including sons of cabinet ministers.

James Reynolds reports from Istanbul police headquarters where the police chiefs lost their jobs.

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