The president of the European Parliament has demanded an explanation after fresh intelligence allegations against the US. The German magazine Der Spiegel reported that the National Security Agency bugged EU institutions.
EU leaders at their summit in Brussels are defending tough economic sanctions against Russia, but pressure to ease their stance is growing. Christoph Hasselbach reports from Brussels.
Software analysts seem to agree that the Regin malware program is so advanced and discreet that it was most likely produced by an intelligence agency. The now-infamous initials NSA and GCHQ are being bandied about.
Ire over a planned change to Burkina Faso's constitutional amendment has sparked widespread protests. Government buildings have come under attack - including parliament - as have national broadcasters.
Microsoft Germany wants Cloud services to be regulated at home in a bid to protect data from foreign espionage. The announcement coincides with a new report pointing to NSA activities targeting German telecommunications.
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