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British spies hacked computers in Syria to shut down an Islamic State online terror manual that gloated about the Manchester bombing

British spies and soldiers have hacked into computers in Syria to shut down an Islamic State online terror manual that gloated about the Manchester bombing. Cyber experts in the UK managed to erase the pages as they were being created 3,000 miles away. The mission came amid fears the Rumiyah publication was being used to inspire terrorists to carry out attacks here. Last night Foreign Office officials said the flagship monthly publication had not been released since September 2017.

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ORIGINAL SOURCE: Daily Mail

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