CILLER HUSBAND APPEARS IN COURT
Businessman Ozer Ciller, the husband of Turkish former Prime Minister Tansu Ciller, appears at an Ankara court on fraud charges January 23. Husband Ciller denied falsifying documents given to a parliamentary corruption probe. Ozer Ciller faces up to eight and a half years in jail for allegedly supplying a misleading document to a commission of MPs about a U.S.-based subsidiary of a company owned by the Cillers. The case is one of several leagal threats to the couple that have surfaced since Tansu Ciller fell from power.