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The SEA strikes again. This time, a little closer to GlobalPost's home.
BOSTON — As regular GlobalPost readers know, we've been reporting on the Syrian conflict since its earliest days more than two years ago.
It turns out the SEA doesn't much care for it.
GlobalPost's website and Twitter account were briefly hacked today by the organization.
Here's what that attack looked like, as well as the message the SEA had for GlobalPost's worldwide audience.
GlobalPost never lost control of the content published on our website.
That wasn't the case, however, on our Twitter account.
The GlobalPost Twitter feed was taken over by an individual or individuals who claimed to represent the SEA.
— Kyle Kim (@kyleykim) September 30, 2013
— Adam Taylor (@mradamtaylor) September 30, 2013
We have since regained control of our Twitter account, and will keep you posted on developments.
We'll also, of course, continue to cover every aspect of the ongoing Syrian war — wherever it may lead.