Highlights

  • European Parliament website hacked
  • Pro-Russia group claims responsibility
  • Parliament had voted to name Russia a state sponsor of terror

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European Parliament hit by Russian cyber attack

The European Parliament website was affected by a cyber- attack on Wednesday. A pro-Kremlin group has claimed responsibility of the attack

The European Parliament came under a major cyber-attack on Wednesday just hours after EU MPs voted to designate Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism.

In a Twitter statement, President Roberta Metsola said that the parliament “is under a sophisticated cyberattack” and that a “pro-Kremlin group has claimed responsibility.”

The attack, which effectively took the Parliament’s website off-line for several hours, came shortly after MPs backed a resolution, including measures to bring anyone responsible for war crimes committed from the start of the Russian war on Ukraine before an international court.

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The 27-nation EU has condemned in the harshest terms the invasion and repeatedly said that several Russian actions over the past 9 months have amounted to war crimes.

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