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Turkey dismisses 87 spy agency staff over failed coup

Turkey has dismissed 87 staff from its spy agency over alleged links to the failed July 15 coup which sought to oust the government, state media reported on Tuesday. Eighty-seven out of 141 personnel suspended in an internal probe have been expelled from the National Intelligence Organisation (MIT), Anadolu news agency reported. Criminal complaints have been lodged against 52 of them, it added.
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