Agency itself has not passed such news and was subsequently eliminated false entry in a blog platform. Blogs themselves were temporarily unavailable.
From Reuters explained that for now it is not known who was behind the attack. We recall that in early August, hackers managed to get into microblog accounts on Twitter and Reuters have published other false information about the Middle East – this time about the situation in Syria.
Increasing incidence of hacker attacks on media websites (such cases were recently in Russia and other countries), then they shall publish false “news” on the agenda the question of confidence in this type of information resources and the need for better protection to protect their users from accessing false information.