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Turkish hackers break 100 French sites

17:53, 27.12.2011 Region: World News, Armenia, Turkey Theme: Politics, Innovations

PARIS. – Turkish hackers broke over 100 sites referring to the Armenian Diaspora in France after they have broken the web-site of the author of the bill penalizing denial of the Armenian Genocide, MP Valerie Boyer, Nouvelles d`Arménie reports quoting AFP.

The group of Turkish nationalists Millikuvvetler.net took responsibility on the Turkish cyberhaber.com site for breaking over 100 sites referring to the activity of the Armenians in France on Monday.

According to the statement on cyberhaber.com, it expresses anger against French policy for Turkey.

The French Union for Popular Movement (UMP) MP Boyer, author of the bill, which caused the anger of Turkey, turned to police after she was threatened and her site was broken by the Turkish activists.  

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