The Dutch intelligence service (AIVD) has been ordered to stop eavesdropping on telephone calls made by two newspaper journalists who have written about leaking of files to crime bosses, expatica reported last Wednesday.
A court in The Hague made the ruling on last Tuesday after Telegraaf journalists Joost de Haas and Bart Mos complained they have been monitored by the AIVD since January. They claim their phone calls have been tapped and they have been followed. The AIVD refused to confirm whe...


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