The candidate of ANO party and Czech Defense Minister Martin Stropnicky arrives at the parliament building after the country's parliamentary elections in Prague, Czech Republic October 22, 2017. REUTERS/David W Cerny
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The websites used for presentation of the Czech Republic's election results were hacked on Saturday afternoon, the Czech Statistical Office (CSU) said Sunday, adding that the vote count was not affected.Czechs voted on Friday and Saturday in the parliamentary election, with the results then shown on two websites that CSU maintains with an outside provider.EU defense ministers tested their ability to respond to a potential hacking attack in their first cyber war games in September.
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