Network 'investigating and troubleshooting' occurrence but doesn't believe it was hacked
Jens Stoltenberg warns of cyber attacks against 'many Nato allies'
President-elect was asked to deny 'once and for all' claims that his campaign team was in contact with Moscow
Investigators wanted to track four Trump team individuals over links to Kremlin - whose officials have allegedly compiled personally compromising material on 70-year-old
Along with their families, the 35 diplomats have been given 72 hours to the leave the US
A couple of years ago, I was the focus of a smear campaign, elements of which could have been lifted out of a spy novel
'This is the sign of a possible unraveling of the world order that was established after World War II'
Mr Trump brought up CIA error over Saddam's alleged WMD
The Senate Intelligence Committee had previously urged the President to declassify information regarding an existing probe into the DNC hacks
The North has previously been accused of hacking into banks and media outlets but never the South's military
The theft is the latest in a string of high-profile attacks from cyber-hackers around the world, prompting financial regulators to urge banks to increase security measures
Campaign lawyer Marc Elias said the campaign will participate in the recount and observe the process, but is not pushing and has never sought a recount
Customers reported seeing as much as £700 disappearing from their accounts
Alexei Navalny says he is happy to continue being a thorn in Putin’s side
'No longer the stuff of spy thrillers and action movies, cyber-attacks are a reality and they are happening now,' says Cabinet Office Minister
Government surveillance could 'undermine privacy' says freedom of expression expert David Kaye