Lawyers of Republican lobbyist Elliott Broidy said that hundreds of people, including senior officials from Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt, Bahrain and Syria, were targeted by cybercriminals working for agents of the Qatari government.
‘Hundreds of targets’ in Qatar-linked hack, say lawyers for US lobbyist Broidy
Broidy, known as a top fundraiser for President Donald Trump, has accused the Doha government of hacking his email accounts. (File photo: AP)
Staff writer, Al Arabiya English
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