A jealous a kebab shop manager, who stabbed his young wife 10 times after he caught her having a "cyber relationship" with another man, was jailed for life.
Kemal Dogan, 36, was ordered to serve a minimum of 12 years after being found guilty of murder by an Old Bailey jury.
The relationship with wife Aygul was already frayed because the 23-year-old had been taunting him over his infertility in front of friends and family.
Dogan caught her baring her flesh on a webcam to her internet lover in Turkey. She was chatting to the man she referred to as "my love" at an internet cafe in Stoke Newington, north London, in December 2005.
She begged her husband for forgiveness and he took her home where the couple entertained visitors. 20 minutes after the friends left, Aygul was dead.
Judge Peter Beaumont told Dogan he accepted there had been a "degree of provocation" although not amounting to a defence in law.
He also accepted a submission by William Clegg QC, that Dogan, an ethnic Kurd, had been suffering from a "mental disorder" after his experiences in his home country of Turkey. The court heard he had suffered torture.
Mr Clegg also told the court that Dogan had shown remorse and twice tried to take his own life while in custody.
The judge told Dogan: "This was not a pre-meditated killing. It does have all the hallmarks of a sudden loss of control. That said, you took the life of your wife in circumstances of very considerable violence."Mr Clegg told jurors Dogan had been provoked after being "belittled" over his infertility and "deeply wounded" by the internet affair.
But prosecutor Brian O'Neill said: "This is a clear case of murder by a jealous and angry husband as a result of his wife's perceived infidelity."
The court heard that the couple married in their native Turkey in 1997 but had no children, apparently as a result of Dogan's infertility.
Mr O'Neill said that in the weeks leading up to the killing this had become a "strain" on their relationship.
He added: "In addition to that - and perhaps more significantly - there is evidence that the deceased woman was involved in a cyber relationship over the internet with another man in Turkey."The defendant became aware of this on the night that he killed his wife and that factor seems to have been the direct cause of the fatal stabbing."