Prosecutor's office completes investigation into Gülenist wiretapping network

The Ankara Chief Public Prosecutor's Office has completed an investigation into an intelligence network by the Gülen Movement, under the U.S.-based Islamic preacher Fethullah Gülen, within the police which wiretapped and placed secret cameras at the residences of a number of victims between 2008 and 2012.

FBI arrests Russian hacker in Prague

A Russian hacker has been arrested by the FBI in Prague, the Interfax news agency reported Wednesday.
The FBI worked with local police to detain the suspect in a hotel in the Czech capital. American agents suspect the alleged online criminal of carrying out a number of cyber-attacks in the United States, local media reported.

Serbia: CIA spy discovered in MIA? - report

BELGRADE - Operatives of the Security Information Agency (BIA), in cooperation with colleagues from the Serbian Interior Ministry detained a few days ago a high official of the Criminal Police Directorate (UKP). He is suspected of leaking classified information to the CIA officers who are serving in the US Embassy in Belgrade, unofficially learned Serbian daily "Novosti".

Mata Hari brought to life in new ballet

The Dutch National Ballet will bring to life through dance Mata Hari, who has becomesynonymous with unbridled sensuality and ultimately, fatal betrayalNearly a century after she was shot as an alleged spy, the story of the world's ultimate femme fatale, Mata Hari, is to be staged for the first time as a ballet in her native Netherlands.

Turkish theology professor accused of downloading child porn

An investigation has been launched into a theology professor at Trakya University for downloading and storing child pornography after the provincial police department in Edirne was tipped off by the FBI. 

The FBI warned Edirne's provincial police department and its cybercrimes unit that a resident had been downloading and storing child porn on his or her computer.