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The Moscow Times: US on ‘dangerous path’ with hacking claim ‘provocations’ – Kremlin official

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A top Kremlin official has accused the United States of deliberately “provoking Russia” with claims that the country carried out cyber-attacks on American institutions. Andrew Krutskikh, the president’s special representative on cyber-security, said that Washington had not formally approached the Kremlin on the issue, Interfax reported on Oct. 11. Read more here.

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