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Russian hackers sought emails of Patriarch of Constantinople

August 28, 2018

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CWN Editor's Note: Russian hackers have sought to intercept email messages to and from Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople, evidently looking for information about the Ecumenical Patriarch’s response to a plea for autonomous government of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church. The Patriarchate of Moscow has strongly opposed the bid for autonomy.

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