Sept. 27 (UPI) -- German police stormed a "Dark Net" data center in a former NATO bunker allegedly used to host websites offering drugs, child pornography and devices to breach computers.
Over 600 police personnel were involved in the raid on what they termed a "cyberbunker data center" in the western German city of Traben-Trarbach. Seven people were arrested, with 13 more sought, although none were taken into custody at the site. The arrests occurred at a local restaurant and in the town of Schwalbach, near Frankfurt. Other raids occurred simultaneously in Poland, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.