NICOSIA, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Cyprus's police chief quit on Wednesday a day after the justice minister bowed out as revelations snowballed over police involvement in a tax scam involving luxury cars. Andreas Angelides's resignation followed the departure of Justice Minister Nicos Koshis, who quit late Tuesday amid a spiralling scandal touching upon deep-rooted corruption within the police force. Angelides submitted his resignation to President Glafcos Clerides who accepted it on ...
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