Hackers steal Ukraine crisis data from Belgian foreign ministry

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  • Monday, 12 May 2014

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Hackers stole data related to the Ukraine crisis from Belgian foreign ministry servers last week, prompting a security crackdown which has left diplomats without Internet or email, the ministry said on Monday.

"We saw that data was stolen about the crisis in Ukraine but we do not yet know who stole it," a spokesman for the Belgian foreign ministry said.

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