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Russian spies hacked Ukrainian gas company at heart of Trump impeachment trial

The Age Tuesday, 14 January 2020
The attacks entangle Moscow in domestic US politics yet again and show Russian spies were trying to hack the same company Trump wanted Ukraine to probe.
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