The Turkish authorities have freed the sons of two former cabinet ministers pending trial, the latest twist in a major corruption investigation.
Baris Guler and Kaan Caglayan, arrested in December, were among dozens of people held in an investigation into bribery relating to public tenders.
The inquiry enraged Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who saw it as a “plot” against him.
He responded with a purge of top police and judicial officials.
An Azeri businessman of Iranian origin, Reza Zarrab, was also released on Friday.
28 February 2014