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Russia directed 2019 cyberattack on former republic of Georgia, US and allies say

WASHINGTON - The cyberattack four months ago in the former Soviet republic of Georgia was sudden, brazen and powerful, hitting the president's official website, the courts, businesses and the country's main broadcaster.

On Thursday, the United States, together with Britain, Australia and other allies, joined the Georgian government in blaming the October 2019

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