Turkey’s Relations With Europe Sink Amid Quarrel With Netherlands

ISTANBUL — Turkey’s quarrel with Europe worsened over the weekend after the Turkish president accused the Dutch government of Nazism, and Turkish politicians were barred or disinvited from events in two European countries, amid tensions ahead of a tight referendum on a new Turkish Constitution.

Russian Espionage Piggybacks on a Cybercriminal’s Hacking

To the F.B.I., Evgeniy M. Bogachev is the most wanted cybercriminal in the world. The bureau has announced a $3 million bounty for his capture, the most ever for computer crimes, and has been trying to track his movements in hopes of grabbing him if he strays outside his home turf in

From trolling to insults: How Dutch-Turkish row escalated quickly, in 9 quotes

TrendsTurkey-EU row FOLLOW TREND: Turkey in political spat with EU countries over referendum rallies Looking at the statements in the press, the Dutch have appeared to be more cool-headed in the ongoing spat with Ankara, save for the generally more outspoken far-right politician.