Turkey PM 'tapped calls fabricated'
Turkey's prime minister has accused his enemies in the police of trying to bring him and his AKP government down.
It follows the emergence of a recording in which Recep Tayyip Erdogan is supposedly heard telling his son in a telephone call to dispose of millions of euros in cash.
Mr Erdogan insists the recording is a fake and has promised to punish those responsible.
James Reynolds reports.
- From the section Europe