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CIA hacking programs called "Umbrage" and "Weeping Angel" are part of the  latest revelation of classified information  by WikiLeaks.

WikiLeaks posts trove of alleged CIA hacking documents

CIA hacking programs called "Umbrage" and "Weeping Angel" are part of the latest revelation of classified information by WikiLeaks.

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We examine exactly what the 17 intelligence agencies do, and what the rift with Trump over their assessment of Russian hacking will mean for intelligence gathering in the future.

Is the US intelligence community bloated?

We examine exactly what the 17 intelligence agencies do, and what the rift with Trump over their assessment of Russian hacking will mean for intelligence gathering in the future.

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Since the  Charlie Hebdo murders  10 months ago, France has been on high alert against possible terror.

Cracking the Code on Terror

Since the Charlie Hebdo murders 10 months ago, France has been on high alert against possible terror.

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