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A Turkish secular protester holds a shoe box in front of a branch of Halkbank, during an anti-government demonstration to refer the bribery money which was found by police in the house of Halkbank’s general manager in police operation to tender fraud and bribery, in Istanbul, Turkey, 21 December 2013 (EPA/ULAS YUNUS TOSUN)

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A plainclothes police officer reacts as riot police stand guard in front of the courthouse in Istanbul December 20, 2013. Turkish police arrested eight people in connection with allegations of official corruption and bribery, a newspaper said on Friday, in an investigation Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan has called a “dirty operation” aimed at undermining his rule. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY – Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)

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Former Istanbul’s chief of police, Huseyin Capkin (C-R), leaves after he was removed from office after overseeing a wave of high-profile bribery arrests this week, Istanbul, Turkey, 19 December 2013. Capkin is among several high-ranking police officers to be sacked in the aftermath of dawn raids that resulted in mass arrests, including the sons of three ministers, for alleged bribery involving public tenders as well as illegal dealings with the Iranian government to circumvent international sanctions. EPA/STR

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Barış Güler (C in sunglasses), son of Turkey’s Interior Minister Muammer Guler, is escorted by plainclothes police officers as he leaves a medical check-up in Istanbul on December 16, 2013. (REUTERS/Kursat Bayhan/Zaman Daily via Cihan News Agency)