UK's Royal Mail Can't Send Mail Overseas Due to Severe Cyber Incident
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The UK’s Royal Mail asked people to stop sending mail abroad due to a "cyber incident" causing severe disruption.
The postal service said it was temporarily unable to send letters and parcels overseas and was "working hard" to resolve the issue. The National Cyber Security Centre, which is part of the UK's cyber intelligence agency GCHQ, is involved in trying to work out what has happened, alongside the National Crime Agency. (Tom Espiner / BBC News)
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