Chinese embassy in UK says ambassador's Twitter account was hacked

(Reuters) - The Chinese embassy in Britain said on Wednesday that ambassador Liu Xiaoming's Twitter account had been hacked into. 'Recently, some anti-China elements viciously attacked Ambassador Liu Xiaoming's Twitter account and employed despicable methods to deceive the public,' the embassy's spokesperson said in a statement. (https://bit.ly/3heIJyD) (Reporting by Rama Venkat in Bengaluru; Editing by Hugh Lawson)

Reuters September 10, 2020 00:13:18 IST
Chinese embassy in UK says ambassador's Twitter account was hacked

Chinese embassy in UK says ambassadors Twitter account was hacked

(Reuters) - The Chinese embassy in Britain said on Wednesday that ambassador Liu Xiaoming's Twitter account had been hacked into.

"Recently, some anti-China elements viciously attacked Ambassador Liu Xiaoming's Twitter account and employed despicable methods to deceive the public," the embassy's spokesperson said in a statement. (https://bit.ly/3heIJyD)

(Reporting by Rama Venkat in Bengaluru; Editing by Hugh Lawson)

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