A computer running a Windows Server is seen connected into a network server in an office building in Washington, DC on May 13, 2017. / AFP / Andrew CABALLERO-REYNOLDS
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The EU announced an urgent investigation Wednesday after suspected Chinese military hackers accessed thousands of sensitive diplomatic cables.The New York Times published some of the cables, which are from European Union diplomatic missions around the world and reveal anxiety about how to handle U.S. President Donald Trump as well as concerns about the behavior of China, Russia and Iran.Once inside the EU system, the hackers extracted thousands of diplomatic cables, most of which have a low security classification according to The New York Times, which was given 1,100 by Area 1 and published a selection.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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