A computer screenshot shows the U.S. Central Command Twitter feed after it was apparently hacked by people claiming to be Islamic State sympathizers January 12, 2015. REUTERS/Staff
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The Twitter feed for the U.S. military command that oversees operations in the Middle East was hacked on Monday by people claiming sympathy to ISIS being targeted in American bombing raids.U.S. officials said that the U.S. Central Command Twitter account and its YouTube account were suspended after being compromised. Central Command's YouTube account featured videos posted by the U.S. military of air strikes on ISIS targets in Syria and Iraq.Central Command is based at MacDill Air Force Base in Florida and handles American military operations covering the Middle East and Central Asia.
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