French President Emmanuel Macron walks down the stairs in the courtyard of the Elysee Palace in Paris, France, July 31, 2017. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
PARIS (Reuters) – WikiLeaks said on Monday it had published a searchable archive of what it said was more than 21,000 verified emails associated with key figures in the election campaign of French President Emmanuel Macron.
The stolen data was originally dumped on the internet in May, on the eve of the run-off between Macron and far-right opponent Marine Le Pen.
Within hours of the leak, Macron’s staff had said it had been targeted by a “massive and coordinated” hacking operation.
His Republic on the Move (LREM) party on Monday said the mails published by WikiLeaks seemed to be the same as the ones leaked on May 5 and warned that fake documents were mixed with authentic ones.
“Republic on the Move calls for vigilance over these…
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