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Dutch defense minister accuses Russia of hacking attack on international chemical weapons watchdog. New Zealand fines travelers who won't unlock secure devices A civil liberties group condemned the policy as a grave invasion of privacy. Japan to revise northern Pacific sei whaling program Japan says it will revise one of its two major research whaling programs after an international organization said bringing home and selling sei whale Russian intelligence officers targeted files on MH17 plane crash investigation Dutch defense minister: Russian intelligence officers targeted files on MH17 plane crash investigation.

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