Hundreds of people in Iran have been arrested or questioned for their "immoral use" of the internet, a news report said Tuesday.
The Cologne district court on Wednesday ordered a man to pay 2,250 euros (2,470 dollars) for insulting a German politician in their email correspondence.
German prosecutors said Tuesday that they plan to interview a comedian under investigation for insulting Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to determine whether to file charges.
A journalist from the Netherlands said she was released from Turkish custody on Sunday after she was arrested over tweets about the country's president.
Turkish police have arrested a journalist from the Netherlands, the Dutch Foreign Ministry in The Hague said Sunday.
Pictures of al-Taweel being assisted from a prison van by officers and weeping at her first court hearing in November caused a wave of anger on Egyptian social media.