German domestic spy agency denies security lapse after Islamist mole
Wednesday, 30 November 2016 () Critics are calling for background checks to be beefed up. But Germany's domestic intelligence agency says that the checks are fine and that the discovery of an Islamist employee in its ranks was an anomaly.
An employee of Germany’s domestic intelligence service (BfV) has been arrested over a suspected Islamist plot to bomb the agency’s Cologne Headquarters.
Media reports claim the “mole” has already made a “partial confession”.
The 51-year-old suspect is accused of making Islamist...