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Facebook, Twitter remove fake Russia-linked accounts targeting U.S.

Reuters Thursday, 12 March 2020
Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc said on Thursday they had taken down a network of Russian-linked fake accounts operated out of Ghana and Nigeria which targeted the United States.
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