UN's website breached by hackers

Monday, 13 August 2007, 12:00 AM EST

Hackers have attacked the United Nations official website, forcing some sections to be taken offline.

Slogans accusing the US and Israel of killing children appeared on the pages reserved for statements from UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon. Other pages on the site were also breached by the group, who described their actions as a "cyberprotest".

At the BBC.

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