Army pension fund chief held in Turkey's 1997 "coup" probe
By Daren Butler
ISTANBUL | Fri Apr 27, 2012 2:03pm BST
(Reuters) - The head of Turkey's military-run business conglomerate was jailed on Thursday pending trial over the 1997 toppling of the country's first Islamist led government, raising a symbolic challenge to the military's economic power.
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