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This is not the first time that the European Parliament has been targeted by hackers, as there have been previous attacks in 2015 and 2016.


The European Parliament suffered a cyberattack on Wednesday morning, shortly after the institution. Voted to strengthen economic sanctions against Russia for its involvement in eastern Ukraine and annexation of Crimea earlier this year. The new sanctions are expected to be implemented as early as Thursday. In response, Russian officials have threatened retaliation. But have not yet confirmed whether or not they will enact counter-sanctions against Europe. The US has also announced plans to impose further sanctions on Russia if it continues to engage in state-sponsored terrorism and undermine Ukraine’s democratic processes [1].

The European Parliament Suffered from a cyberattack shortly after voting on a resolution that would have condemned Russia for its actions in Crimea.

Ever since the Russian military invaded Crimea in Ukraine, tensions have been running high. Yesterday, the European Parliament issued a condemnation of Russia and its actions in Crimea by voting on a resolution condemning ...


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