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Fred Weir

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Moscow correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor

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FBI Director James Comey said today that the Russians did try to influence the U.S. election by hacking into DNC emails and by trying to access voter registration databases.

Russians say meddling in US election is preposterous

FBI Director James Comey said today that the Russians did try to influence the U.S. election by hacking into DNC emails and by trying to access voter registration databases.

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Cybersecurity experts quickly reached a worldwide consensus that the recent hack of Democratic National Committee emails bore a Russian fingerprint.

Cyberhacking, the Russian way

Cybersecurity experts quickly reached a worldwide consensus that the recent hack of Democratic National Committee emails bore a Russian fingerprint.

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Vladimir Putin surprised the world when he suddenly started bombing in Syria last September.

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Vladimir Putin surprised the world when he suddenly started bombing in Syria last September.

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