This file photo shows a computer running a Windows Server connected into a network server in an office building in Washington, DC, May 13, 2017. (AFP/Andrew CABALLERO-REYNOLDS/File)
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Hackers apparently connected to China accessed thousands of sensitive EU diplomatic cables, the New York Times reported Wednesday, in the latest embarrassing data breach to hit a major international organization.The cables from the EU's diplomatic missions around the world reveal anxiety about how to handle U.S. President Donald Trump as well as concerns about China, Russia and Iran.In one cable, the EU's diplomatic mission in Moscow describes the controversial summit in Helsinki in July between Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin as "successful [at least for Putin]".
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