Dubai police say they arrest hackers after White House staff

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Dubai police have arrested foreign hackers who targeted five senior White House officials in a blackmail email scam, state-owned media reported on Monday. The Arabic-language Al Bayan newspaper and the television channel …
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