Woman wiretaps son, catches cheating husband

A Turkish court has decided a woman, who wiretapped her son to prove her husband's infidelity, will receive 30,000 Turkish Liras in material compensation. 

The woman, from Turkey's western province of Izmir, was suspicious that her spouse, who continuously arrived home late and insisted on getting a divorce, was being unfaithful. 

Turkish military court sentences conscientious objector to 15 months despite ECHR ruling

A military court in the Central Anatolian province of Sivas has sentenced Mehmet Tarhan, an outspoken conscientious objector and politician, to 15 months in jail, as well as a fine of 9,000 Turkish Liras, for "failing to obey orders."