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Pro-Assad Syrian national pleads guilty in US to role in hacking

A Syrian national pleaded guilty Wednesday to federal charges for his role in a scheme that hacked computers and targeted perceived enemies of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Peter Romar, 37, a refugee who was living in Germany when he was arrested earlier this year, pleaded guilty to charges that spell out a limited role as […]
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